Posts Tagged: Independent Curating (exhibitions)
The artists in this exhibition draw upon the hidden and political histories of sports to open up analyses of the social world.
Part of INCITE Journal: Sports, this series of art exhibitions, film programs, discussions, commissioned projects, and other events takes place in galleries, cinemas, sports bars, bookstores, and on rooftops.
This touring program champions the realities of failure in relation to fantasies of athletic, sexual, and political mastery. Together, the works make for a powerful aesthetic of the undone.
With an irreverence for punk rockers, adults like parents and politicians, non-adults like breasts and babies, and people we generally approve of such as artists and scientists, these works reveal that posers are sometimes better than the real thing.
This videotape compilation explores sexuality from its formulation in childhood, through adolescence and into adulthood, referencing psychoanalytic theory as easily as pop culture.