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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

'To be sitting on the fence', Group Show at TNT, Paris

'Not your love song' by Karina Azizova at Marina Gallery, Saint-Petersburg

'Green Belt', Group Show Curated by Em Marie Davenport at Jargon Projects, Chicag

'Cellular' by Andrei Pokrovskii at Plague Space, Krasnodar

'Rest' by Quay Quinn Wolf at Prairie, Chicago

'Bright Lights, Big City & No Fun', Curated by No Gallery at Shoot The Lobster, N

'Eavesdropping' by Adam Cruces at Blue Velvet Projects, Zurich

'QUALITY OF LIFE' by Brad Logan Heappey at Ivan Anthony Gallery, Auckland

'Klammern aus denen Blätter Sprießen', Group Show at Hunter Shaw Fine Art, Los A

'Mirror Runs Mouth' by Cooper Jacoby at High Art, Arles

'A Throw of the Dice' by Arthur Golyakov at Devyatnadtsat’, Moscow

'Lèche-vitrine', Group Show at Cocotte, Treignac

'Masters and Servants', Group Show Curated by Guillaume Breton at Centre d’art Yg

Anna Solal, Arthur Marie Curated by Ilya Smirnov at Lily Robert, Paris

'down4u' by Taka Kono at Ritsuki Fujisaki Gallery, Tokyo

'Controra Ep. I', Group Show Curated by Like A Little Disaster at Palazzo San Giu

'a fairy show II' at Veronica, Seattle

'The Curious' by Marta Frėjutė at VAA gallery Artifex, Vilnius

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