Interstitial presents (in)compatible, a group exhibition with new works from renowned media artists Kathleen Daniel, Carla Gannis, Faith Holland, and Dylan Neuwirth that explore the origins of online culture, structure, and aesthetic. Through sculpture, video, and installation works, this exhibition explores a new and dynamic area of contemporary art: the post-internet movement.
(in)compatible greets the viewer with Daniel’s otherworldly video work tucked into the entrance corner of the gallery. Suspended monitors create a false wall displaying a triptych of Gannis’s recent video work A Subject Self-Defined. Sculptural objects by Holland examine the “anthropomorphized interaction of technology with itself.” Neuwirth presents a series of illuminated glass sculptures containing helium, neon, argon, krypton, and xenon. Together the exhibited works form an eclectic expression of the current digital moment.
This exhibition is presented in collaboration with I Want You Studio.