I have some work in a show opening this Friday, at Honey Ramka gallery in Brooklyn. Here is the press announcement:
Honey Ramka is pleased to present Control Panel, an exhibition featuring work by James Clark, Linda Francis, Micah Ganske, Ben Garthus, Tom Moody, and Yael Rechter. Control Panel opens Friday, June 19th from 6-9pm, and runs through Sunday, August 2nd.
Formally diverse, Control Panel highlights works that channel a distinctive machine aesthetic, and are also iterations of various technological types, processes, and modes. Together, they stage the gallery as an anxious chamber quickened by patterns, programs, and other visual/aural tics, rhythms, and effects.
Also opening in the project space is Salman Toor: Drawings from 'The Electrician'. Illustrated by Toor and co-written by Toor and Alexandra Atiya, The Electrician is an in-progress graphic novel that, while steeped in the strangeness of the supernatural, highlights themes and social conflicts of contemporary Pakistani life. Following the life of one family, The Electrician explores the vulnerabilities of aesthetic minds within a corrupt tyranny. A sensitive register of lived experience, Toor’s drawings address the toll of anxiety and the need for fantasy in a collapsing world.
Honey Ramka is located at 56 Bogart Street (1st floor), in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY. Hours are 1-6pm on Fri-Sun and by appointment.