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10.03.13 Marina Galperina

From a flattened, remixed kid-face shuffling on a video billboard in Detroit, to the epic mutant on the exquisite corpse Tumblr project Cloaque, Rollin Leonard has been exhibiting photography-based work since 2004. It’s body horror… if body horror was very nice to look at. His first solo show of polished plexiglass’ed sculptures, looped moving images and digital collages “Trunks, Stems and […]

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06.10.10 Marina Galperina

Atelier van Lieshout’s “Infernopolis” installation stuffs a giant submarine quay with sculptures from plasticine nightmares. There’s a bit of faceless flesh from the The Wall, a bit of Boschian body horror, a medical tableaux, organs as dwelling spaces, cells as separate species, people as factory products, a firing penis parade and lots of tubes, paint […]

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