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ลงทะเบียนฟรี ใหม่ล่าสุดกับ”เกมส์ยิงปลา”ผ่านทางออนไลน์

Jill Price
Tonia Di Risio

May 17 - July 7, 2019

How does material desire serve us? How do we, in turn, serve those materials we desire and their origins? And, when, if ever, is mass consumption ethical? These are the questions at the core of the exhibition, The Reconfiguration of Similar Elements to a Separate Effect. Artists Jill Price and Tonia Di Risio explore material wealth from different perspectives. Where Tonia engages with the image, its place in advertising and the production of material desire, Jill considers the end-of-life process of our textile goods, the material of our material desire. Designed in California, made in China, purchased in Canada, disposed of in the Philippines, from magazines to mittens, items of mass consumption are crowding landfills globally. Tonia Di Risio and Jill Price reconfigure similar elements to a separate effect by manipulating materials that are already in circulation and bound for the landfill or recycling plant. As garbage continues to pile up and the climate continues to change, may it be worth considering the source of one’s material desires from a global perspective?