PCAI is happy to announce that Kyriaki Goni's work The Portal or Let's stand still for the whales, produced for Anthropocene Οn Hold online exhibition, will be presented in the exhibition Modern Love (or Love in the Age of Cold Intimacies) at Museum fur Neue Kunst.
The exhibition explores the state of love and intimate relationships today in the age of the Internet, social media and high capitalism – an age of what sociologist Eva Illouz has called “cold intimacies”. It probes how the digital sphere, the impact of the technology giants and neoliberal practices have transformed love and social relationships, and how they have influenced the way we interact with one another. The project is conceived by curator Katerina Gregos, and is a cooperation of the Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiburg (DE), Tallinna Kunstihoone, Tallinn (EE) and IMPAKT, Utrecht (NL). Participating artists: Gabriel Abrantes, Hannah Toticki Anbert, Melanie Bonajo, Laura Cemin, Benjamin Crotty, Marijke De Roover, Kyriaki Goni, David Haines, Juliet Jacques, Mahmoud Khaled, Lauren Lee McCarthy, Kyle McDonald, Maria Mavropoulou, Marge Monko, Peter Puklus, Margaret Salmon.
Image credit: Marge Monko, I Don't Know You So I Can't Love You, 2018. Courtesy of the artist. Modern Love (or Love in the Age of Cold Intimacies) exhibition, Museum fur Neue Kunst.