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Liquid Gallery is an post-physical exhibition space. By only being accessible trough a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), it proposes questions as to the nature of the space and its exhibiting conditions which extends the limitations of real estate, air, and subsurface rights. Being present in WLAN range doesn't necessary guarantee access to the gallery.
Liquid Gallery focuses on collaborations with young emerging artists interested in exploring the possibilities of exhibiting their work in a post-physical context.
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To viewRachel-Rose O’Leary’s
Infantile Access
go to (45.4579298, 9.2243502)
Rachel-Rose O'Leary
Infantile Access

Opening At (45.4579298, 9.2243502) _ 9th April 6-8pm
Exhibition Runs 9th — 19th April 2016 _ Everyday from 5pm till late

Infantile Access is an online exhibition of a fictional narrative, told through writing and diagram. Considering Deleuze's description of sadism as “the delirium of reason“, the work attempts to conflate the subjective with the diagrammatic and eroticize the rational through use of diary entries, speculative philosophies and hard science.

Artist Bio:
Rachel-Rose O’Leary (b. 1991) is an artist and researcher interested in noise, encryption, and mathematics. Her formats include mostly texts, diagram and sound. In her work she approaches academic fragments as ‘material’ in a sculptural sense, intending to contaminate ideals of rationality through their transgression. In 2014 she was awarded the Visual Artists Award for Best Graduate, and has participated in group exhibitions in Amsterdam, Dublin and Lyon.