This exhibition explores the tension between the human desire for a foreverness and the magnetic pull of institutional promises that define much of contemporary life. Within The Function of [an] Imaginary exists a new formulary for sacred discourse, where one’s mind can wander in and beyond the borders of liturgical histories.
You are invited to contemplate, to wonder, to feel, to ask – to emancipate oneself from power structures that push ideas and products designed to fill the impossible god-shaped hole.
Presented at University of North Carolina, Rowe Side Gallery
In partnership with guest curator, Alice Cookson