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'Mirror vs. mold', Group Show at Other Subject, New York

Language is an accessible medium that can reach wide audiences and provoke thinking and emotion. As a powerful tool in visual arts, it invites the spectator to converse with the artist’s message. The exhibit Mirror vs. mold, primarily uses text-turned-art to produce dialogues alongside images and reels at different speeds and tempos. Artist’s materials (e.g., text, ephemera, refuse, flyers, film) intimately intersect in ways that diverge and/or form connections.
 
From lad mags to stories about leftist vampires, different mediums represent language to share messages that challenge dominant views about aging, labor, and mental health.

8.2.21 — 12.2.21

Ester Kärkkäinen, Hex Kim, Harriet k. Morgan, Nok, Jukka Siikala, Clint Bargers, Jessica Buie, Marit Liang, Elspeth Walker, Kailee Heagney, Vitaly Bezpalov

Other Subject

'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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