Analog Arts Mpls Presents:
EVERYONE HAS A RIGHT TO THEIR OWN DYSTOPINION
A dystopian art exhibition curated by Erik Farseth
ARTISTS: Abby Engle, Chuck U, Dan Wieken, David Danielson, Elizabeth Killmer, Erik Farseth, NEMAA member Jane Powers, Jayson Randall, John Sauer, Lizardman, Qian Liu, Roger Peet
PAINTING | PRINTMAKING | ILLUSTRATION | SCULPTURE | MIXED-MEDIA | COLLAGE
REGULAR Gallery Hours:
Sunday August 8: Noon – 4 PM
Saturday, August 14: Noon – 4 PM
Twenty minutes into the future:
In a world where political polarization and technological terror is on the rise, Analog Arts MPLS presents an exhibition of 12 artists’ radically different interpretations of dystopian societies, social stratification, political repression, and futuristic metropolises.
From facial recognition software to killer robots, MAGA mobs to mass extinctions, these bleak visions of a world consumed by techno-totalitarianism and transnational corporate feudalism are no longer the stuff of science fiction.
As the Internet is weaponized, plagues are unleashed, and armed militia members roam the halls of Congress, this artist-curated exhibition will showcase the work of a dozen artists who are grappling with the not-so-distant future.
Everyone Has A Right To Their Own Dystopinion (sic) will be on view from August 8th – August 14th in the galleries of Artspace Jackson Flats in Minneapolis.
There will be a free opening night reception on the night of Saturday, August 7, 2021 from 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM, featuring live music by Lilac Fortress.
The exhibition will be open for regular viewing during limited gallery hours on Sunday, August 8 from 12:00 Noon – 4:00 PM and Saturday, August 14 from 12:00 Noon – 4:00 PM.