either, or |
lauren k. alleyne | matthew fischer
the theme of either, or felt particularly pertinent in the context of this pandemic and 2020 in general—hoax or crisis | trump or biden | quarantine or liberty | online or in-person | reality or science fiction — and on and on…
either, or is also the space that resists fixity. a space where othernesses encounter and do not resolve — where you’re both in your house and at a conference in japan, where you’re engaging with nature even as you’re using technology to capture that engagement.
either, or is ink that might become a word or an image. a letter from a federal agency that becomes a poem.
either, or offers an opportunity to recalibrate, to see from another perspective.
either, or is a portal: enter.
this exhibition is best viewed on a laptop or desktop computer. if using your mobile device we recommend using landscape view. you may also need to tap audio files to activate while viewing each “room”.