The rheo-GRANDE group exhibition is on at Mexico City’s Anonymous Gallery, opening June 30 and running to September 30.
Organised by Kayla Fanelli and Joseph Ian Henrikson, the show explores the formation and performance of identity, as well as “how self and language are defined within a contemporary condition steeped in virtual networked communities.” Petra Cortright, Casey Jane Ellison, Ed Fornieles, Bunny Rogers and Jacolby Satterwhite are among the artists exhibiting, in a cross-generational survey that includes the work of other artists whose practices date from the 1970s onwards, including Kembra Pfahler, Kalup Linzy, Charles Atlas and Cindy Sherman.
Further representing for those who’ve come of age with new technologies and the dawn of the digital era (“forever altering the way we look at images”) are Andrew Birk, Nandi Loaf, Cobi Moules, Ryder Ripps, Mira Dancy, Manuel Solano, Ryan Trecartin, and Joshua Citarella and Brad Troemel‘s UV Production House.
See the Anonymous Gallery website for details.**