29th September – 14th October
Between Us considers the constitution of identity as facilitated by network-based media. With a specific focus on queer identity, the work posits the self as not a fixed and stable entity but as being in a state of constant becoming. The work takes place at the site of digitally mediated human connection and infers the multilayered and heterogeneous nature of subjectivity. The work utilises both the artists’ body as the generative force behind Between Us, using motion capture technology, photography and 3D scanning to create a fluid assemblage of organic and non-organic elements that intends to present the contemporary conditions of technologically mediated subjectivity.