Copeland Gallery, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, London, SE15 3SN
12-6pm Fri 4th & Sat 5th August 2017
Opening Party 7-10pm Thu 3rd
How has digital culture changed our understanding of femininity, pornography and consent?
The feminine, presented as the complex properties of non-Newtonian fluids and paper, while consent is reimagined through the mathematical truth of ‘Logical Conjunction’.
At once a feeling both natural and artificial,
the structure of our flesh changed through your sharing history.
Nothing as everything was now possible
as only the air made way for us
We became used to life, continually cold but
warmed by the image of a blaze that couldn’t touch us.
Everything slipped away, slid off your fingers,
Running down the inside, I dripped,
unconscious of the eyes that were to cover and
change our form,
teaching us that life is so unlike the film it was
based on, but simply, continuously,
accompanied by it’s own image.
The laws of viscosity: we should yield under any force.
Something about stress and strain creates an exception.
Letting us run without stopping, strengthened under the seventh fold.
Our sharing history changed at that point,
What if we were never meant to connect, and that
was for the Internet,
but instead we could conjoin as a function of truth?