Harry Sanderson‘s solo exhibition Solid State: Sunlight is on at Brussels’ Levy Delval, presented by Arcadia Missa, opening January 21 and running to March 12.
Drawing on extensive long-term research and development, the Berlin-based artist explores “both caustic imaging technology and the aesthetics and ideologies that permeate and inform the visual representation of techno-capitalism.”
Sanderson’s installations take form in both sculpture and images that inhabit the space between digital representation and physical form at its most exploitative and corrosive, exposing the “digital infrastructures, systems and surfaces” used to produce it.
See the Levy Delval website for details.**
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