As a continuation of his ‘Human Resolution’ essay printed in Mute Magazine, the violence of the ephemeral image is at the centre of London-based artist Harry Sanderson‘s work. The subject of the human exploitation inherent in our use of digital technologies is one little explored in the art that uses those technologies, which is why he’s bringing it to the fore of group show, Unifying Fabric, at Arcadia Missa on October 15.
Carrying on with ideas brought up at a recent panel in Berlin’s Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien Mining the Object, A_M aim to translate them into the gallery space, where Sanderson builds his own render farm -a super computer typically used for rendering Hollywood animations -and includes additional works by Hito Steyerl, Clunie Reid, Melika Ngombe Kolongo & Daniella Russo, Maja Cule and Takeshi Shiomitsu, as well as texts at the gallery by recent How to Sleep Faster #4 contributor Eleanor Weber and Michael Runyan.
See the Arcadia Missa website for more details. **