02.08.2017 - 25.08.2017
The exhibition investigates the potential for queer subjectivity and atypical modes of desire to be explored as virtual centres of power. Munoz describes a queer aesthetic as having the capacity to map a forward-dawning futurity and to carve paths of potentiality. The installation syncs the embodied with the simulated and considers modes of existing and desiring that splinter from the norm. A flesh that flows, a sound that fucks, a platonic hard on. Manifestations, spells and delusions. It looks towards a subtle body politic and mindful contemplation where queerness can reveal utopian ideals.
Katherine Corcoran works with video, sculpture and performance. Her practice is led by an interest in queer subjectivity, virtual intimacy and embodiment. She has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts with First Class Honours from University of New South Wales Art and Design and has been the recipient of the Barry Keldoulis Grant for Emerging Artists, Art and Australia Graduation Award and Bent Art Prize. Katherine has exhibited at Casula Powerhouse, 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Archive Space, Verge Gallery, Underbelly Arts Festival, Grace and Fyfe Gallery, Glasgow.