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'Bower of Bliss' by Madeline Kuzak at Dungeon, Detroit

Bower of Bliss is an enchanted setting in the epic poem The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser. In her book Sexual Personae, Camille Paglia theorizes that Spenser’s bower of bliss represents a feminine space of sexual domination: a shady, womb-like enclosed area where the hero is seduced away from his quest and kept in a state of “languid indolence and passivity” by a sorceress who erotically drains his energy. [1]

1. Camille Paglia, Sexual Personae (New Haven: Yale University, 1990), 187-88.

29.11.20 — 31.12.20

Dungeon

'Duru Duru' by Stefano Serusi at Galleria Arrivada, Milan

'Ø' by Andrea Nacciarriti at DISPLAY, Parma

'Vore' by Jenkin van Zyl at Rose Easton, London

'Bigag & The Bando' by Theodor Nymark at aaaa Nordhavn, Copenhagen

'Mitla' by Andy Medina at Estrella Gallery, New York

'INSIDE OUT' by Poupak Sarah Shoughi at Herrretics, Derbyshire

'LIBERTY' by Débora Delmar at GALLLERIA PÌU, Bologna

'HEARTH' by Liam Denny at Greenhouse Off-Site, Melbourne

'CANDALÙ' by Rachele Maistrello at Almanac, Turin

'Thought-Forms' by Andy Ralph Presented by Final Hot Desert, Nephi, Utah

'The Laws Of Hospitality' by Travis John Ficarra at Lindberg Galleries, Melbourne

'Firmament' by Aaron Christopher Rees at NAP Contemporary, Mildura

'Take The Day Out In Baskets', Group Show at St. Chads, London

'Open Shut Them' by Michala Paludan at C.C.C., Copenhagen

'ELEPHANT’S LEG', Group Show at TONUS, Paris

'Liz's Childhood Computer: 2003-2005' by Liz Vitlin at Prairie, Chicago

'Agua Malva' by Elizabeth Burmann Littin at LOCAL, Santiago

'Decomposition Evaluation' by SoiL Thornton at Kunstverein Bielefeld

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