A review of Treister’s collaborative exhibition SEVEN
20 May 2015
"SEVEN, a collaborative seven-gallery show at Williamsburg’s The Boiler, is an anti-fair in the truest sense. Like yesterday’s Frieze New York, this year’s SEVEN, titled “Anonymity, no longer an option,” also makes visitors aware that they’re being watched constantly—this time by surveillance technology instead of leering dealers."
"I can’t help but feel like Suzanne Treister is on the right track with her “Post-Surveillance Art” posters (all 2014), which use a combination of eye-popping Internet images and propagandistic text to make their point. If post-Internet artists respond to objects coming out of the Internet with their art, Treister reacts to technology by using it to inform the look of her work."
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