Samuel Jackson | Big Sacred Technologies
Big Sacred Technologies
Wednesday 5 July – Saturday 29 July 2017
Opening Preview | Tuesday 4 July, 5:30pm
Free to attend, all welcome
Artist talk | Wednesday 5 July, 12noon
'Big Sacred Technologies' seeks to consecrate objects and technologies that predict the future (or futures). All the while encompassing the sacredness of the aesthetic, affect and use of contemporary surveillances within technological and cyber networks.
An oracle has come, it offers a line to the outside, its message is confusing and opaque. Like the stars, it offers multiple interpretations, a guide more than a deity, a profit more than an angel.
Samuel Jackson is a Wellington based writer and artist with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Media Studies from Victoria University (2015). Recent exhibitions include: 'Through various voids in the rocks', Meanwhile (online hypertext), Wellington (2017); 'Malware/s/lonely' (solo), 8 Egmont St, Wellington (2016); 'stay_on', online PFD with Jordana Bragg, Jesse Bowling and Callum Devlin (2015)