This group exhibition features resident artists from the MFU: New York Studio & Teaching Program. The interdisciplinary show includes works created by the artists Nina Behrle, Jesse Chun, Kentaro Ikegami, Pastiche Lumumba and Andrew Ross. Parafiction is loosely defined by art historian Carrie Lambert-Beatty as an emergent genre of artwork that plays between fact and fiction.
In a climate of “alternative facts” and “post-truths,” these works have all either directly or indirectly synthesized today’s politics into engagements with data interpretation, unreliable narration, mistranslation, historical revisionism, and speculations about future identities and intimacy. This exhibition will be on view through May 21, 2017.
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