In Good Days & Bad Days on the Internet, Rachel Stuckey dissects the emotional pull of technology using performative video, projection mapping, video signal manipulation, and custom software.
The works employ various methods of engagement with technology, ranging from commercial seduction to addiction and entrapment to the intoxication of the unknown. Stuckey takes inspiration from the digital byproducts of corporate sales, the creepy content generated and found late at night on dark corners of the web, and the saturation of hyper-employment on and offline. The works shift tonally from parody to dark abstraction, tracing a browser history that moves from superficial web use to deep, uncharted territory.
2017/11/18 - 2018/01/11
Additional time info:
Opening reception, November 18th from 7-9 pm.