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Jonathan Homsey

Event Date: 16 September 2016 to 2 October 2016
Author / Presenters: Jonathan Homsey & Stephanie Harrison

-v-to infatuate oneself in other people’s appearance or emotions

Curated by Jonathan Homsey and Dasha Matsuura (USA)

Choreographed by Stephanie Harrison and Jonathan Homsey

conzoom-v-to infatuate oneself in other people’s appearance and emotions

symptoms include - addiction to social media, egomania, irate erratic behaviour and lack of self-awareness

Conzoom aims for you to wonder if what you share with the world is your true self. A mixture of photography, poetry, theatre and urban choreography examine how society is fascinated with the other. Whether through tabloids or scrolling through a social media application, this exhibition delves into our infatuation with other people’s issues and appearance. Conzoom is a platform for shedding away unconscious layers thus revealing a new self. Conzoom is a created word by Homsey and Harrison to unpack this concept and is actualised through exhibition , performance and an exhibition catalogue.

At Siteworks in Brunswick with the opening night performance 16th September at 6.30 PM.
Show is free and more info click the link above.

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