The Hot Fox presents
A solo exhibition by Pascal Petrus
Inter mirror is about watching and being watched. Privacy is the main subject, the ability of an individual, or group, to seclude themselves of information about themselves and thereby express him or herself, selectively. While focusing on the part “selectively”, Petrus reaches the connotation of Internet privacy, where a selection of the self is made automatically, when creating online profiles. A result of the online selectiveness of what you share with others is the idea of false identification or the creation of a new persona, not necessarily related to the original self. This gives opportunity for abuse, as there have been many cases already.
Petrus’ goal is to tell you about these cases, the concept of Internet privacy and the taboos, circling the massive online web experience, which are ignored and believed to be non-existent on the surface. False identification, sketchy chat rooms, assassins, videos of murder and rape, all can be found in the multiple layers of the Internet. It is through anonymity and silent observation that you can reach these subjects at the darker side of our international, multiplayer web universe.
You’ll find Pascal Petrus wandering in the dark, registering what can be registered.
Opening the 28th of March at 8pm.
Sa March 29 & Su March 30 from 2 - 6pm
Thu April 3 & Fri April 4 from 7 - 9pm
Sa April 5 & Su April 6 from 2 - 6pm
Thu April 10 & Fri April 11 from 7 - 9pm
Sa April 12 & Su April 13 from 2 - 6pm
Hole Of The Fox