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OUT OF MEMORY

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OUT OF MEMORY
Curated by: Eleanor Cayre

118 East 64th Street
New York , NY 10065
April 18th, 2013 - May 18th, 2013
Opening: April 18th, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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mixed-media, video-art, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present Out of Memory, a group show curated by
Eleanor Cayre featuring works by: AIDS-3D, Cory Arcangel, Nicolas Deshayes, Aleksandra
Domanovic, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Louis Eisner, Roe Ethridge, Matias Faldbakken,
Guyton/Walker, Yngve Holen, Alex Israel, Rashid Johnson, Josh Kline, Adriana Lara, Oliver
Laric, Mark Leckey, Margaret Lee, Jason Loebs, Haley Mellin, Ben Schumacher, Timur Si-Qin,
Greg Parma Smith, Valerie Snobeck, Josh Tonsfeldt, Kon Trubkovich, and Antek Walczak.
Out of Memory brings together a diverse group of internationally based artists, who mirror the
attitudes, rituals and compulsivity of the post-digital generation’s unprecedented access to an
infinite database. Artworks in video, sculpture, painting, and mixed media adeptly juxtapose the
obscure with the obvious, the morbid with the humorous, subcultures with mass media, and
cultural nostalgia with concern for the future.
These artists mine, redefine, and question their roles as cultural producers, against the dissolute
boundaries that separate art from commodity, and artistic styles from brand identities. Notions
such as intellectual property, authorship and the art historical record are likewise fluid, disrupted
by the cultural exchange between commerce and art. Utilizing multiple and shifting modes of
address and diverse platforms of presentation, Out of Memory evidences an aesthetic that while
well-versed in Pop, Conceptual and Postmodern strategies, resists specificity.