An interactive game with the social norms and conventions that demand people to celebrate the sex/gender of the newly born as an important element / identity / quality of their existence. A comment on celebrating “normality” instead of uniqueness and freedom.
Anna T. is an international artist who is known for her use of ready-made objects and toys in combination with new media. Born in 1984 Anna studied Photography, Video, and New Media in Athens (Greece) and holds a Master’s Degree in Queer Studies in Arts & Culture from Birmingham City University (UK). She is currently a researcher at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (PhD in Practice). Her work spans from photography and video to interactive audiovisual installations. Recurrent themes in her work are human identities in relation to time and space, the subject matter of privacy as well as public and private space. Typical of her work is the extensive use of ready-made objects and especially toys. She has exhibited and participated in numerous new media festivals in Europe, the USA, Canada and Australia. Her website can be found at www.annatee.co.uk
SpaceCamp MicroGallery is a small contemporary arts gallery located on the second floor of the Murphy Arts Center. SpaceCamp is dedicated to bringing small (size wise) but large (idea wise) national and international art to Indianapolis. The co-gallerists are Flounder Lee, Robert Horvath, and Charles Fox. www.spacecampgallery.com