Ai Weiwei Dumbass, 2013 xpo gallery
Addie Wagenknecht Lasertits, 2014 xpo gallery
Vincent Broquaire Minute, 2014 xpo gallery
Jennifer Chan Deep Burn, 2014 xpo gallery
Through to 3rd of April XPO GALLERY 17 RUE NOTRE-DAME DE NAZARETH 75003 PARIS (E.U) www.xpogallery.com
Participating artists :
Vincent Broquaire, Jennifer Chan, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, Oliver Laric, Sara Ludy,Raquel Meyers, Evan Roth, Rafaël Rozendaal, Paul Souviron, Addie Wagenknecht, Ai Weiwei.
FULL SCREEN celebrates the evolution of the screen in its most extreme developments. Soon screens will disappear from physical view and will be replaced by laser light projected directly into the eye’s retina. Pixels crammed into a rectangle will soon be considered history just as a medium like oil painting is history today. For this exhibition, twelve internationally renowned artists have produced screen-based artwork to be shown on the screens of 12 small smart watches and one large LED screen. Now is the time to go FULL SCREEN!
A group show on very big and very small screens!
‘What time is it?’ – ‘It’s art!’
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