Meret Effinger’s practice engages with the western visual regime to disrupt its inner hierarchical and patriarchal order, using video, writing, performance, photography and graphic-design. The press release highlights the way her work consistently blurs the lines between two fronts: the mainstream and the subaltern, the desirable and the repulsive, the perceptible and the hidden.
The Berlin-based artist has recently shown work in a group show at Kunstehalle Basel called Guys, Here Comes the Master Plan, which was a response to the over-circulation of digital imagery within visual culture, and in 2013 made a ‘Manifesto Against Representation’, printed on various textiles and installed in space.
See the Kunstraum website for more details.**
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