Our latest exhibition: SATURATE(D)

Our latest exhibition: SATURATE(D)

'SATURATE(D): disrupting the scramble of (current) media oversaturation' seeks to disrupt and decontextualize the current/changing state of digital media. 

While everyone consumes media, the chaos of information is overwhelming — yet subtly limiting. We gather information from glowing, easily accessible, seemingly objective screens. But is our information real? Are there biases within the content itself?

SATURATE(D) seeks to scramble the stream, to take media into our own hands. There are currently workings to prevent us from wading through this chaos on our own. This is not normal. SATURATE(D) seeks to highlight this fact, to remind us to stay awake.

Artists include Alan Page, Dave Mosier, Benjamin J Glas-Hochstettler, Rebecca Shapass, ariella tai, Bernardo A. Pantoja, Tara Youngborg, manuel abreu, Hans Tammen, Jodi Darby, Jason Bernagozzi, Rob Feulner and Sara Bonaventura.

SATURATE(D) is curated by Sarah Turner and Alan Page, Fall 2017 New Media Fellow.

This project was made possible with support from the Regional Arts and Culture Council.

Dates

Tuesday, Apr 3 12:00am – Thursday, May 31 12:00am

Location

Open Signal, Portland Community Media Center

2766 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Portland, OR 97212
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For general information or directions to our space, please contact our front desk at (503) 288-1515 or info [at] opensignalpdx.org.

For questions about this event please contact Community Engagement Director, Lindsay Kaplan, at (503) 673-8637 or lindsay [at] opensignalpdx.org.

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Open Signal is located off the #6 or #4 bus line. If you are driving to Open Signal, we have a parking lot located on NE Graham. Our main entrance is located on NE Graham off of NE MLK.

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