Interference

Susanne Ramsenthaler

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

Abstract

Title of Output:
Author(s): Susanne Ramsenthaler
Date(s) of Output: Oct. 22nd - Nov. 24th, 2009
Type of Output: Solo Exhibition
Location: 511 Gallery, New York
Venue or Publisher: 511 Gallery, New York
URL or DOI (if available): 511gallery.com
Other Details: Each piece is disrupted by an interference, however subtle or obvious, of an otherwise perfectly uniform, digitally produced pattern. The infallibility of mechanized production and reproduction is derailed. These disturbances, however, are necessarily digital in their manifestation, demonstrating the impossibility of actual physical human touch in the computerized environment, and in our current digital era. Nonetheless, Ramsenthaler confesses joy in repeatedly committing the small anarchic act of running the mechanized equivalent of her finger through a perfectly constructed digital pattern. Approaching the visualization of the act and effect of touch with the closest proximity possible in a computerized environment, Ramsenthaler simultaneously comments on the inevitable absence of touch in such a context.
Original languageEnglish
Publisher511 Gallery
Publication statusPublished - 22 Oct 2009

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