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Rebecca Edwards in conversation with Carla Gannis

In this online chat series, we will be talking to Carla Gannis and Alan Warburton discussing their practices, fluidity of the body and identity, and their respective works included in the exhibition RE-FIGURE-GROUND at arebyte Gallery.

In this episode arebyte Gallery curator Rebecca Edwards spoke to artist Carla Gannis about storytelling, appropriation and gender disparity…

Carla Gannis was part of RE-FIGURE-GROUND at arebyte Gallery 18th January – 16th March 2019

Carla Gannis is a New York-based artist fascinated by digital semiotics and the situation of identity in the blurring contexts of physical and virtual. She received an MFA in painting from Boston University, and is faculty and the assistant chairperson of The Department of Digital Arts at Pratt Institute. Upon her arrival to New York in the 1990s, Gannis began incorporating digital elements into her painting-based practice. Since then she has eclectically explored the domains of “Internet Gothic,” cutting and pasting from the threads of networked communication, online art history, and speculative fiction to produce dark and often humorous explorations of the human condition.

Her work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and screenings, nationally and internationally. Recent projects include “Portraits in Landscape” Midnight Moment, Times Square Arts, NY; “Sunrise/Sunset” Whitney Museum of Art, Artport;  and “Until the End of the World,” DAM Gallery, Berlin. Gannis’s work has been featured in press and publications including, ARTnews, The Creators Project, Wired, FastCo, Hyperallergic, Art F City, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The LA Times, among others.

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