The McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology’s Artist in Residence Program is delighted to announce Francisco González-Rosas’ onsite exhibition, the museum of the copy/pasted identities, will open in September.
In keeping with this year’s theme, Our Selfies, Our Selves, the project configures a speculative archeology that links the networked body in digital platforms with the museum exhibition display as a way of interrogating otherness in today’s techno-cultural context.
González-Rosas’ work is a mesmerizing amalgamation of research on colonialism’s history and its legacies within self-archeology and identity. Using their body as subject, Gonzalez-Rosas operates with different media to integrate a digital narrative into the material physical space of the Centre’s Coach House.
The exhibit will run from September 14-October 15, 2022. (Check back here for opening hours and other details soon.)
About the Artist
Francisco González-Rosas (b.1984) is a performance and new media artist born in Chile, and currently based in Tiohtià:ke/Montréal. Their creative research practice revolves around the constant mediation of reality in contemporary life, using performance as a generative device for inquiry rather than an end in itself. González-Rosas holds a MFA in Intermedia from Concordia University (Montréal), and a BA in Acting from Finis Terrae University (Santiago). Their work has been exhibited internationally. Read more about their work on their website.