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Wednesday, March 3 at 9:00am to 5:00pm
Lawrence Hall, LaVerne Krause Gallery
This small show deals with sick, tired, digitally manipulated collages that start from imagery and praxis around:
Film-maker Jim Hubbard's writing on HIV/AIDS media arts, viral metaphors in technology, Derrida's text titled 'Archive Fever' exploring death drives and emails, and programming from the Guggenheim titled 'Fever in the Archive: AIDS Activist Videotapes' from the early 2000's. The work collages connections to ubiquitous contemporary crisis fatigue and biopowers.
New work by Tannon Reckling
*Note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, UO ID cards or building access codes are required to gain entry to these exhibitions.*