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Subject to Change

The Naughton Gallery

Queens University, Belfast

February 14 - April 7, 2019

Squig

Wax, plastic, pigment, steel, resin, silicone, human hair, fabric, enamel, copper foil

18 x 15 x 16 inches

2019

Rouge

Wax, plastic, pigment, enamel, thread

29 x 11 x 11 inches

2019

Y'shtola

Wax, plastic, pigment, resin, aqua resin, graphite

31 x 28 x 14 inches

2019

Ori

Wax, plaster, pigment, copper foil

10 x 18 x 22 inches

2019

Knolling 1

Graphite and UV print on handmade paper (abaca pulp, copper, Strone-50® Progesterone Injection IP, Climara® 50 Oestradiol patches, Sandrena® Oestradiol gel)

2019

Knolling 2

UV print on handmade paper (abaca pulp, copper, Strone-50® Progesterone Injection IP, Climara® 50 Oestradiol patches, Sandrena® Oestradiol gel)

2019

Knolling 3

Graphite and UV print on handmade paper (abaca pulp, copper, Strone-50® Progesterone Injection IP, Climara® 50 Oestradiol patches, Sandrena® Oestradiol gel)

2019

Subject to Change

Naughton Gallery

Belfast, Northern Ireland

Feb. 14 - April 7, 2019

 

Subject to Change looks at how hybrid bodies – chimeras, monsters, cyborgs, avatars –can be useful metaphors for The Other in society, helping us to imagine the breakdown of barriers between binaries like us/them, self/other, human/non-human, sex/gender, and natural/artificial. Abrams and Stanish present new sculptural works that materialize video game avatars, contextualised within both scientific and feminist critical discourse, and new handmade paper pieces imbued with hormones. Visitors are encouraged to browse the contents of the filing cabinets as they wish.