Transfer Gallery is bringing in NYC-based artist Faith Holland for her first solo exhibition, Technophilia, running at the Brooklyn space June 13 to July 11.
Examining our developing interconnectedness with technology as the “new intimacy”, Holland presents a new installation work, her ‘Visual Orgasms’ series of looped moving images exposing “popular media’s pressured attempt to make sex visually consumable”, as well as two new large-scale ‘Ookie Canvas’ abstractions composed of collaged cum shots sourced from pornography and her own photography open calls.
The show is accompanied by a catalogue of essays by Seth Watter and Nora O’Murchú, printed with a sexy centerfold, and a collection called ‘GIFs to Have Sex By’ created by artists Holland had invited to participate.
See the exhibition page for details. **
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