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February 26 - April 2nd 2021
The horizon is blank. From where we stand,
the landscape slowly unfolds.
slow horizon presents new media and hybrid-format art works by Donya Aref, Mitra Fakhrashrafi, Kim Ninkuru and Adrienne Matheuszik that decipher remnants of the past in order to form predictions and desires for a future. These artists use data visualization, design communication, and science fiction tropes as tools to uncover fractured, disturbing and ambiguous narratives brought upon by colonial legacies and late-stage capitalism. The works range in form: a website, textbook syllabus, and performances by digitally animated clones. They hybridize a sense of self with multiple histories and speculative fictions to transcend its own present moment and become non-synchronous to the very issues they speak to.