Teresa Freitas

Friday, 24 July 2015

“[D]espite its ostensibly inexpressive style, ‘Analogue’ is romantic and personal. No people appear in any of the photographs, but the images evoke a sense of human struggle to survive and flourish amid a furiously busy, relentlessly expansive and homogenizing modernity. The exhibition can also be seen as an analogue of the artist’s psyche, lamenting a world where the things she cares most deeply about are continually rendered irrelevant by the pervasive powers of corporate capitalism, for which nothing matters but what can be quantified and monetized.” Ken Johnson • New York Times

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