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Jeremy Shaw’s Liminals (2017)

Dean Kissick on Jeremy Shaw’s Liminals (2017)

“From microdosing to shamanic retreats to a resurgence of religion, there is more and more evidence of a hunger to reject what used to be consensus reality. It’s surprising how rarely art is a channel for this, rather than thematising it from a distance. The second film in Berlin-based artist Jeremy Shaw’s Quantification Trilogy does both, as it takes us three generations into the future, where would-be cyborgs are implanting machine DNA and dancing their way out of their bodies.”

 

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