Wed., Dec. 8-15, 2021
Decontamination is a collection of works reflecting universal, but mostly unarticulated angst. We go virtual and optimize our time, our emotions, and our relations; these artists explore fragments of metamodern uneasiness. You can offer up endless data to improve our doppelgängers. An uncanny place, a tragic paradox of getting lost in a glass labyrinth. We want a rational, adjustable, and transformable environment, so we rather decontaminate the unpredictable, we sterilize the unexpected. Life is disinfected, the risks are safer to handle, but the unforeseen side effects of this ongoing transformation are getting stronger and stronger. Our sterilized world is silent and alienating.
Curated by PD Director Zoltan Huber. JOIN US Q&A Wed., Dec. 15, 7 pm EST
Image Credit: Roaming, Florine Mougel (Austria, 2020).
Pleasure Dome is pleased to co-present with LOMAA to welcome Steve Reinke for their Queer Frontiers series! Reinke will be presenting an online screening of The Genital is Superfluous: Final Thoughts, Series Four and will be presenting new work, Father, Limping Through a Field of Clover, in his virtual artist talk! Sunday Nov. 7 – 14, 2021.
Part of Fall 2021
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