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Drowning in a Sea of Information


November 21 – December 19, 2014


In-person Event

Work: Ann Arbor


Open to the public
Free of charge

From the con­tin­ual noti­fi­ca­tions from emails, texts, tweets, and other social media to the never end­ing next impor­tant thing to look up, there isn’t a moment that we are not drown­ing in a sea of information.

From TVs in the gro­cery store to the Gas Sta­tion News spew­ing from gaso­line pumps, the onslaught of infor­ma­tion is omnipresent and automatic.

When is there time to con­tem­plate and process the infor­ma­tion that we already have taken in if we are per­pet­u­ally tak­ing in more?

In this exhibit, artists explore the con­se­quences of this new par­a­digm of infor­ma­tion overload. 

Curated by Seder Burns. 

Nov. 21 — Dec. 19 at Work: Ann Arbor 
Exhi­bi­tion Recep­tion: Tues­day Decem­ber 2, 5 — 8 pm

Image: Hedonism(y) Tro­janer by Babis Panagiotidis

Work: Ann Arbor

Work: Ann Arbor is closed.