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03 Aug 2005

A Conversation with Kiki Seror

Aug 3, 2005 At SITE Santa Fe

Linking art and technology, gender and identity, fantasy and desire, Kiki Seror’s work brings online chat rooms into the light of day—transforming the explicit language of cybersex into dazzling and disturbing digital images and animated projections.

“Seror’s great talent is her ability to translate desire and imagination into textual sculpture whose topography invites the viewer to consider how connection can be distant, disembodied, and yet exciting,” says Rachel Greene, author of Internet Art published by Thames and Hudson, London.

The works in Kiki Seror’s Ms. SURVEY, including videos and Duratrans lightboxes rendered in 3D graphics, explore fantasy and the feminine, desiring self. In her latest DVD, Make-up, Seror uses a micro surveillance camera to present a disorienting point of view on this ritualized “romantic” routine. Join Seror and others in a conversation about her thought-provoking and beautiful landscapes of words and images.


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