We are where we are not. is an exhibition at the disclosed unLocation gallery featuring a new body of work from Kim Garcia comprising of sculpture, installation, and video that manifest a compilation of interactions that occur in-between the boundaries of physical and digital spaces; where the personal object becomes the remnant and navigation of this borderland. Garcia questions whether our interactions with objects (actions ranging the pressing of the Brew Coffee button or the checking of one’s phone for today’s weather in San Diego, LA, Chicago, and the random Cupertino) surpass function? Are these objects more complex, developing cognition through the embodiment of our actions?
This exhibition will is curated by Elizabeth Stringer and is the first part of a collaborative series entitled GS Discourse that investigates the relationship between artist and curator.