Photo by Melanie Clemmons

The Nasher Sculpture Center will present the next exhibition for Nasher Public in the Nasher Store gallery, Nasher Public: Melanie Clemmons, in an exhibition called "Likes Charge, Light Tear." Clemmons is currently Assistant Professor of Digital/Hybrid Media at Southern Methodist University and, among other notable accomplishments, has been a frequent collaborator with Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist protest punk rock and performance art group.

"Likes Charge, Light Tear" is the Nasher’s first New Media exhibition and will be a hybrid in-person/virtual installation. Noting that “[we] routinely discover that our experiences with the internet and digitality mask horrifying structures that exploit and divide us” even as we increasingly rely on digital connections and online platforms in our daily lives, Clemmons seeks to use this very technology toward more positive and constructive ends by making it a conduit for healing and care.

"Likes Charge, Light Tear" comprises four works, each of which reimagines digital technology via metaphysical or spiritual concepts and imagery.

The exhibition will remain on view through April 25.

The Nasher Sculpture Center will present the next exhibition for Nasher Public in the Nasher Store gallery, Nasher Public: Melanie Clemmons, in an exhibition called "Likes Charge, Light Tear." Clemmons is currently Assistant Professor of Digital/Hybrid Media at Southern Methodist University and, among other notable accomplishments, has been a frequent collaborator with Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist protest punk rock and performance art group.

"Likes Charge, Light Tear" is the Nasher’s first New Media exhibition and will be a hybrid in-person/virtual installation. Noting that “[we] routinely discover that our experiences with the internet and digitality mask horrifying structures that exploit and divide us” even as we increasingly rely on digital connections and online platforms in our daily lives, Clemmons seeks to use this very technology toward more positive and constructive ends by making it a conduit for healing and care.

"Likes Charge, Light Tear" comprises four works, each of which reimagines digital technology via metaphysical or spiritual concepts and imagery.

The exhibition will remain on view through April 25.

The Nasher Sculpture Center will present the next exhibition for Nasher Public in the Nasher Store gallery, Nasher Public: Melanie Clemmons, in an exhibition called "Likes Charge, Light Tear." Clemmons is currently Assistant Professor of Digital/Hybrid Media at Southern Methodist University and, among other notable accomplishments, has been a frequent collaborator with Pussy Riot, the Russian feminist protest punk rock and performance art group.

"Likes Charge, Light Tear" is the Nasher’s first New Media exhibition and will be a hybrid in-person/virtual installation. Noting that “[we] routinely discover that our experiences with the internet and digitality mask horrifying structures that exploit and divide us” even as we increasingly rely on digital connections and online platforms in our daily lives, Clemmons seeks to use this very technology toward more positive and constructive ends by making it a conduit for healing and care.

"Likes Charge, Light Tear" comprises four works, each of which reimagines digital technology via metaphysical or spiritual concepts and imagery.

The exhibition will remain on view through April 25.

WHEN

WHERE

Nasher Sculpture Center
2001 Flora St.
Dallas, TX 75201
https://www.nashersculpturecenter.org/art/nasher-public/exhibition/id/233

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