The digital images and artworks made for ‘Oy! On Time!’ were made as pieces of a proposal for a solo show I wanted to have. ‘Oy! On Time!’ was held in two parts: on the browser— where one can look privately, the weight of the work heavier, offering itself as more contemplative and private, and in a gallery space— as cheap xerox transfer prints, poor translations of the digital ideal.
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