The international group exhibition Superficial Hygiene brings together a set of practices of a generation of artists who adapt, mould, and corrupt the grammar of our contemporary accelerated environment in order to propose a new understanding of the relation between the mediated image and the physical body. Coming from various artistic trajectories, and employing a variety of media, these artists share a common interest in the surface as a site for conflict and desire. The polished seamlessness and increasing virtualization of our daily surroundings have complicated our relation with the material world of objects and things.
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