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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. So what are you waiting for? What do you have to lose? Speak Your Mind Click here to cancel reply. In general the most interesting aspect of this exhibition is the light it sheds on what lurks beneath the surface of day-to-day reality. Extreme situations bring exaggerated psychological depths to the surface, and this exhibition serves as a partial map of our collective unconscious: With the exception of Oreilyscape, a collage by Oliver Sanchez crowded with buildings, fires and explosions, there are no outright disaster scenes.
Instead, things are out of balance. Something is missing, stability has been lost, something is out of control. These works point back to a primitive way of life to which, it is imagined, we may one day return. Minus technology, the human race is left to fend for itself with sticks, stones and bare hands. A question is implicit — what are we losing, as languages, traditional knowledge and rituals become extinct? Alongside the potentially dreaded future that seems ingrained in the psyche is the nostalgic once-harmonious relationship to the earth.
Thank goodness then, or beware, of otherworldly intervention. And for the more secular-minded, there are a few images of the military. In some ways, this theme connects to the revival of primitive traditions and rituals, many of which are ultimately sacred practices, but it also uncovers the more general belief systems that ultimately define our conception of what we are doing on this planet, how we got here, and where we are headed next.
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