A group exhibition about blending masses. Works include installation, painting, text and sound.
A sexuality of the inorganic, about loving objects, no matter their age and form. We have distanced ourselves, we need to reinvent a neglected proximity with estranged Others. Blending together masses in a sea of turbulent existence.
If you remove orgasm, bodies and desire from sex, what is left? The digital age has made this bodily aspect more intense rather than less.
Giving oneself up to others as a passive object that feels, not as a body that wants pleasure or orgasm, not as a mind that wants to control, not as a person who negotiates for what it wants but merely as an experiencing thing. In a state in which things can mostly be felt rather than spoken.
Thou do with me what you wish!
Sat 2 Nov – Launch event: 6 – 9pm
With reading performance by Chloe Turpin and sound performance by Stefanos Athanatos and Evangelia Dimitrakopoulou
Sun 3 Nov, 12 – 8pm