The NYC-based artist addresses “issues of branded identity; age and body estimation; catastrophe culture; and online agency via static, dynamic and interactive “selfie” imagery”, through self-portraiture inspired by women artists who turn the camera away from the male gaze and onto their own image.
Presenting work across media, the exhibition utilises a range of technologies including drawing, painting, animation, social media and augmented reality to interrogate Gannis’ perplexed interest in “subjecthood and self-definition in relationship to the ‘personal’ when performed publicly.”
Ed’s note: the exhibition opening date has been changed to January 30.
See the TRANSFER gallery website for details.**share news item