Constrained Local Models
Tue, Nov 11, 12am - Fri, Nov 14, 2014 12am
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Constrained Local Models aims to reconstruct power dynamics we see in the world today: power dynamics spurred, fueled, and—ultimately—subverted by technology. Within these technological power systems, we hope to discuss the instability of images and the impermanence of their contexts: that any fragment of an image (be it an identifying photograph or a personal document) con be broadcasted, re-contextualized, or distorted to support any agenda. To participate in a system such as this is to forfeit some type of control, to be less self-determining, and to be vulnerable to the collective. Any individual may change the presentation of the collective—where authoritatively or autonomously.
School of art and Engineering Students: Tyler Paige '15, Camilla Mercad '14, Alyssa Davis '15, Moises Sanabria '15, Stephan Leon '16, Lucas Pirtle '14
Opening Reception 1st Floor Colonnade, November 11th 6PM - 8PM
Exhibition Open Wednesday - Friday, 11AM-6PM
Located at 7 East 7th Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues