Sleek art work from Brisbane-born, Berlin-basically based mostly artist Karla Marchesi (beforehand featured right here). “Sugar Fever Dream” is a sequence of hyper-pure, Put up-Humanist landscapes that offer an enticing sense of abundance coupled with the lingering threat of over-indulgence if consumed without warning. Here Marchesi’s penchant for the soundless existence fashion runs up against the violence and vulnerability of our current age as her work makes an strive to handle what it means to be human at this fresh moment of slack capitalism and existential native weather crisis:
“With an air of affirmative nihilism and a mischievous wonderful of extra, Sugar Fever Dream is a counter imaginative and prescient to Western thought on the head of anthropocentrism. In a waking nightmare of interspecies revenge, this sequence draws 17th century Serene Lifestyles and Vanitas traditions into a Sleek publish-net panorama. The utilization of Ecohorror tropes, Artwork Historical references, semiotic and autobiographical aspects, Marchesi delivers a diversity of Serene Lifes that pulse with existence. Nonhuman entities are protagonists embodied with agency, motion, threat and need: from the skies of the heavens to the depths of the ocean ground.”
Gaze extra pictures from “Sugar Fever Dream” below or on designate at Nicholas Thompson Gallery in Melbourne until Could per chance 15th.