These artists explore the territory delineated by the destruction of the natural world, with all its attendant themes. Entropy, redemption, apocalypse, the temptations of commercial culture, and the relationship between science and magic all emerge as motifs in this exhibition.
Other exhibitions and events organized for Syracuse University’s Warehouse Gallery, 2007 – 2008
This inspirational screening and mini-exhibition catalogues heroes, compresses history, and hallucinates futures.
“the contents of the journals do not conform easily to categories, and often blur the lines between art, criticism, and fiction… it is always a finely wrought object.”
Utilizing artistic (re)enactment, telepathetic aesthetics, manual animation, performance and a grab bag of low-end high technologies, these videos question traditional representations of (Canadian) identity and gender.
Research project that captures the conflicting ideas, fears, and hopes about sex from the early 21st century.
These audios + videos are forcibly lonely and nihilistically sweet. They’ll pin you down and slowly drip spit on you, whether you’re practicing crossovers on a suburban driveway or pile-drivers in a backyard wrestling ring. I’ve got the moves if you’ve got the skills (together we could make a great team).