Mason School of Art | Professor Julie Grosche curates Exhibition, The Eye Can See Things The Arm Cannot Reach
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Professor Julie Grosche curates Exhibition, The Eye Can See Things The Arm Cannot Reach

Professor Julie Grosche curates Exhibition, The Eye Can See Things The Arm Cannot Reach


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The Eye Can See Things The Arm Cannot Reach

This exhibition, co-curated by Like A Little Disaster and Julie Grosche, features work by Farah Al Qasimi, The Army of Love, Meriem Bennani, Hannah Black, Kate Cooper, Emma Balimaka & Adrien Cruellas & Florian Sumi, Cécile B. Evans, Adham Faramawy, FCNN, Dorota Gawęda and Eglė, Kulbokaitė, Alex Goss, Julie Grosche, Ilana Harris-Babou, The Institute of Queer Ecology, Derek G Larson, Hanne Lippard, Jen Liu, Katy McCarthy, Orla McHardy, Shala Miller, Virginia Lee Montgomery, Shana Moulton, Sondra Perry, Agnieszka Polska, Tabita Rezaire, SAGG Napoli, Stephen Vitiello 
Existing both online and “IRL”, the exhibition is set up in the San Giuseppe Church in Polignano a Mare, but due to social distancing practices, it will not be accessible to the public. Focused on themes of love and faith, the exhibition prompts viewers to reflect on feelings of intimacy and isolation felt both on a regular basis and during a global pandemic.

Sinners will be forgiven. Corrupt will not […]. Open yourself to love. i

Originally, this video project was designed for the 17th century San Giuseppe Church in Polignano a Mare, but with the pandemic and related rules on social distancing, things have changed. The project underwent a splitting process (IRL/online) which transformed it into a two-faced herma, in love with a face that cannot be touched.

The exhibition is actually set up in the church but public access will never be allowed.

It is possible to visit it HERE – so the project exists simultaneously online and in the church where no one can experience it, except through a leap of faith.

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