Including painting, drawing and installation, his approach imagines an elliptical path that challenges the profound structural transformations of social and cultural reference systems, in this moment of neoliberal reconstruction of society.
The exhibition questions the processes of social, political and cultural disaggregation, towards the non-differentiation areas, dependent on the logic displays of international neoliberalism. This context facilitated by globalized production conditions, through the accentuated absorption of digital technologies, this abyss of personal preferences, the saturation of choices, coagulates a new reality, divided, fragmentary, composed of individual bubbles, as constituting elements of alienation in the post-human, post-Christian, post-internet, post-truth era.
Faking Perfection inquiries the reconfiguration of a dystopian world, the existence of a multi personal discursive framework, the expression of micro-narratives, micro-truths, which rely on mutations of personal mythologies, everyday ideologies, the condition of universal consumer suspended between terms and conditions, starting from to the dialectical relationship between art and the new society of control.
Exhibition: Andrei Tudoran – Faking Perfection
Exhibition duration: 14. October – 26. November 2021
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