The show will deal with art and artists’ current relationship with production. The press release describes the aesthetic of what has become “strategies of replication and appropriation” as a result of the lag between the new and the desire for it.
It reads: “Content, indeed all matter, became viscous and infectious: material to mould and to reform, to produce and reproduce desire; to spread”.
For Muscle Memory, which has a private view on January 22, Sunderland will present sculpture, print, and sound. He has previously exhibited 72-hour sound piece, ‘…at the slow party copies sync towards zero’ at DRAF.
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