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Jahni Moore

Artists: John Altoon, Nancy Buchanan, Kathryn Garcia, Daniel T Gaitor-Lomack, Jenny Holzer, Nova Jiang, Paul McCarthy, Jahni Moore, Sue Williams, Benjamin Weissman

Venue: LAXART, Los Angeles

Exhibition Title: Remote Castration

Date: July 29 – September 15, 2018

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"Remote Castration" at LAXART

Benjamin Weissman

John Altoon

Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

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"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
Paul McCarthy
Paul McCarthy
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
"Remote Castration" at LAXART
Nancy Buchanan
Nova Jiang
Nova Jiang
Nova Jiang
Nova Jiang
Benjamin Weissman
Paul McCarthy
Paul McCarthy
Jahni Moore
Jahni Moore
Jahni Moore
Sue Williams
Sue Williams
Sue Williams
Jenny Holzer
Kathryn Garcia
Kathryn Garcia
John Altoon
John Altoon
John Altoon
John Altoon
"Remote Castration" at LAXART

Images courtesy of LAXART, Los Angeles. Photos of Ruben Diaz.

Press Release:

Remote Castration is a group exhibition that reflects on the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements and how they resonate with a trajectory of feminist thought in contemporary art. The exhibition’s title is derived from a piece of graffiti—spotted in L.A. in fall of 2017—that serves as both provocation and barometer for a collective consciousness operating around gender and power today. While marking a paradigm shift in outdated systems of authority, the present outing of sexual misconduct and abuse of power (on a scale and frequency unlike any before) raises important questions around social behavior, sexuality, ethics, truth, desire, repression, language, selfhood, and privilege.

This exhibition will be accompanied by a related series of events this September. Events include the launch of Futura/No Futura, a new collection of 26 broadsheets featuring concrete poetry by women artists, published by LAXART; a lecture on sculpture and reproductive rights by artist and lawyer Ragen Moss; performance by Daniel T. Gaitor-Lomack; and more. Please check back for a full listing.

Link: “Remote Castration” at LAXART

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