Digital Hallucinations

Arbeiten von Juliane Pieper und Adrian Pocobelli

Leo Kuelbs Collection

“Digital Hallucinations”

  1. März bis 6. April

Galerie Fata Morgana in Kooperation mit coGalleries


Eröffnung: 23. März 2018, 19:00 Uhr.

Finissage: 6. April 2018, 18:00 Uhr

Torstraße 170, 10115 Berlin

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“Digital Hallucinations”

The lines between digital and terrestrial reality blur more every day. “Digital Hallucinations” explores this confluence.

Works drawn on screens, printed, painted, and cut out by hand present visions of a new world where handwork and digitally generated objects mingle in psychedelic harmony.

“Digital Hallucinations” is a continuation of shows curated by Leo Kuelbs that explore the results of this ongoing merger of these two distinct modes on human subconsciousness.  Previous shows, “Codex Dynamic,” “The Decelerator,” and others have presented reactions to the ongoing fallout of this real-time evolution.  “Digital Hallucinations” pushes matters into a more graphic direction with works both pleasing and intrusive, comforting and familiar to the edge of weirdness.

You know the work of Juliane Pieper through the inclusion of her illustrations in dozens of articles, books, magazines and more; while relative newcomer, Adrian Pocobelli examines the mixing of appropriated work with new visual expression.

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About julepi

Ich lebe mit Mann und Kind in Berlin, arbeite selbstständig als Illustratorin und Autorin, pflanze gerne Gemüse im Garten, spiele in einem Orchester Fagott, wenn ich nicht gerade versuche, dieses oder jenes Buch fertig zu schreiben oder Zeitungsartikel zu illustrieren. Manchmal gestalte ich mir auch meine Wohnzimmerlampe selber oder plane eine Ausstellung. Wer mir schreiben möchte, darf das! -->
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