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The Technologized Body

January 13-February 5
Opening Reception January 13, 7-9pm

Rose-Lynn Fisher
Osvaldo Gonzalez
Joshua Kramb
Nancy Wynn
Esther Mera
Leslie Sobel
Lori Hepner
John F. Walte
Justin Strom
Brian Andrews
Beax Sedwick
Katrina Rhein

Joshua Kramb

Many would argue that technology has become the primary agent of contemporary existence, and is experienced as our dominant culture as it becomes increasingly operative in every aspect of the human body. Digital artists that work with the perennial subject of the human form have a more immeadiate awareness of the relatation between technology and the human body as they become further immersed in the use of advanced technologies in the production of art.

In an era where technological innovations are appearing at an ever increasing pace the future of the human body is thrown into question. Art that makes its business keeping up with emerging technologies becomes an important arena to consider the outcomes of these advances. In "The Technologized Body" we sought to bring together a diverse range of work that explores the interface between human tools and the human form as it reverberates ever more powerfully throughout international culture.




Nancy Wynn