Show curated by Carmen & Luisa
IRL is a group exhibition that addresses the way technology is creating a new definition of what means to be human.
Is Posthumanism an open option for humanity to design its own evolution? Is the deconstruction of what it means to be human actually going to happen?
The work of these artists orbit around these questions. This group of artists try to grasp the slippery boundaries between technology and human culture within a fluid society. Working between the boundaries and tensions of virtual and physical realities; private and public, presence and absence, tradition and modernity.
This exhibition pulls together a multidisciplinary group of ten artists who explore within their practice the idea of the body as the first prosthesis. Their works depicts a contemporary social portrait in all its complexity.
The show is intended to be a catalyst for inviting and inciting dialogue in these uncertain times. This group of artists offer their works as a starting point for conversations about the open possibilities of the concept of a new humanity.
The exhibition include works from:
Carmen & Luisa
Ugly Duck revitalize underused spaces opening them up for creative uses, enabling artists, community groups, professionals and the public to come together. They host unique cultural experiences and curate events to promote and support emerging artists.
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