Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer, Finn Marchant Big Game HuntingOpening: Wednesday 4 October, 6-8pm Dates: 4 – 28 October 2017
“Big Game Hunting” examines the disjuncture between the material and the digital and how this separation has engendered an anxiety of the digital. Through the deconstruction and materialisation of fantasy role-playing video games Big Game Hunting interrogates how video games might shape and reflect human emotion, affect and desire.
Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer is a Sydney based artist and curator. His curatorial and artistic practice is concerned with contemporary conditions of digital life. He has recently co-curated “My Feet Would Hurt If They Still Existed” at Alaska Projects, and “Elegant Degradation” at Kudos Gallery, with Finn Marchant, and exhibited at Firstdraft, with his solo show ~ Aloisio-Shearer graduated with honours from a Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media at UTS in 2014 and is currently completing his MFA at UNSW Art and Design.
Finn Marchant is a Sydney based artist and curator, working across installation and digital media. His work has been included in group shows including: “Life is Hard”, Firstdraft, Sydney, 2014; “Mono no Aware”, Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts, Melbourne, 2013; and “Living in the Ruins of the Twentieth Century”, UTS Gallery, Sydney, 2013. He also recently co-curated “My Feet Would Hurt if They Still Existed” with Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer at Alaska Projects. Marchant completed a Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media (Honours) at UTS in 2014.