7 June-27 July. The White Noise Gallery in Rome's S. Lorenzo district presents Clumsy and Milky: encoding the last quarter of a pose, an exhibition by Milan artist Michele Gabriele. Each of the works on display appears three-quarters visible, regardless of the vantage point, in what is describes as a metaphor for social media users' "obsessive need to always show their best selfie–face". The resulting relationship between the viewer and the sculpture becomes "similar to the one between a teen star and a demanding fan."
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Clumsy and Milky: encoding the last quarter of a pose
White Noise Gallery, Via della Seggiola, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
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