Zoe Barczais presenting solo exhibition Dr Awkward is on at Los Angeles’ Ghebaly Gallery, opening November 12 and running December 23.
The press release comes with a text written by Alfred Boman, presumably from the perspective of Stockholm-based Canadian artist Barcza, an anxious inner monologue about her work, her background, the medical-industrial complex and the state of the world today. All of which becomes all the more prescient, perhaps, in light of global news in the past week: “Will there be a total war here or what, like w’zup with the politics now and so on… these people, really?”
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