Parc Saint Léger brings a new exhibition by the name of Deep Screen and running at the Pougues-les-Eaux, France art space from March 13 through March 24.
Borrowing from Paris’s National Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions (MNATP), Deep Screen explores the screens that inhabit our modern lives, overrun with computers, smartphones, and tablets that filter our reality and predominate our perception and absorption of contemporary art. The press release reads: “Far from being an apologist virtual tours , the immersive Deep Screen invites you to an experience of exposure to any materiality.”
The exhibition features thirteen different artists and artist groups, including Rachel de Joode, who we’ve written about for last year’s joint exhibition with Kate Steciw, as well as Cory Arcangel, Renaud Jerez, and Owen Piper.
See the exhibition FB page (in French) for details. **