We are sorry to notify you that due to the end of the world your package has been delayed, a solo exhibition by Andrew Roberts, was on at Mexico City’s Pequod Co., running November 21 to January 16.
With hyperreal silicon cadavers and videos featuring zombie gig economy employees, the show captures contemporary anxieties over futurity and death, technology and apocalypse, as well as alluding to the colonial othering of monster iconography in pop culture. As stated in the exhibition text by Bernardo Núñez Magdaleno: “A tattoo can be a codex to invoke dismembered memories while a computer’s processor is the portal to reanimate voices confined to the liminal factory of the beyond. What contemporary fears and anxieties about the undead do we harbor in our imagination?”**
Andrew Roberts’ We are sorry to notify you that due to the end of the world your package has been delayed, was on at Pequod Co., Mexico City, running November 21, 2020 to January 16, 2021.
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