REVIEWS

/ Bridget Donahue
View of Lynn Hershman Leeson’s “Remote Controls,” Bridget Donahue, New York, 2017.
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Alan Gilbert

One day the interface between humans and computers will be seamless. For now, it involves necks bent over smartphones, hours sitting hunched in front of a monitor, fingers and arms that still need to extend toward their devices. Despite all the talk about disembodied experiences and virtual worlds, computer technology... continue reading
John Russell’s “SQRRL”

BRIDGET DONAHUE, New York

(Left) John Russell, Relaxation Video: SQRRL/BRUCE WILLIS, 2015. (Right) John Russell, Mirror Mapping the Stars, 2015
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Alan Gilbert

If after finishing this review you visit Bridget Donahue’s website to learn more about John Russell’s current exhibition, “SQRRL,” you’ll find a brightly hued digital collage of image and text in the place of a static gallery homepage with its neatly tabbed categories linking to exhibitions, artists, about, and contact... continue reading

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