Dysmorphia: Erik Deerly Solo Exhibition
Wed, June 13—Sun, June 17, 2018
CICA Museum (map)
Over the last decade, much of my work has focused on time-based compositions in an investigation of alternative narratives created solely by the deliberate manipulation of otherwise extraneous content. In this new series, “Dysmorphia,” I further explore those possibilities, while representing the moving image in a purely two-dimensional form. The resulting work, comprised of a ten-panel wall-mounted installation approximately 485cm (16 feet) across, seeks to challenge the viewers’ sense of beauty and artificiality.
Erik Deerly (b.1963, Chicago, USA) is Associate Professor of New Media at Indiana University Kokomo. His range of work includes sound, installation, video, instruction-based art, photo, and Net.art. His work has exhibited across the US and in Asia and Europe. Awards include a SXSW 1st Place National Interactive Design Award, a Webby nomination, and a 2016 New Frontiers of Creativity and Scholarship Grant from Indiana University.
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CICA Museum, Flexspace A
196-30, Samdo-ro, Yangchon-eup, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea 415-843