Elena Redmond's "Boobie Trap" Explores Objectification in the Digital Age
Coming soon to London’s Moosey gallery.
Titled “Boobie Trap,” the new exhibition will see Redmond continue demonstrating her multi-layered oil painting technique as she examines themes of privacy, desire, vulnerability and power within the context of pop culture and today’s digital landscape. The rising artist will explore what it means to grow up online, documenting her contrasting afflictions and affection.
Delving into the “psyche of the online voyeur,” the exhibition examines the complex relationship between autonomy and objectification in the digital age and documents the journey of navigating this virtual landscape. Through her signature avatars, Redmond aims to blur the boundaries between human agency and online imitation, encouraging viewers to question their own sense of self within the digital realm.
Drawing from a wide range of influences, including “Ex Machina” and Legacy Russel’s “Glitch Feminism,” which also inspired emerging artist Katie Neave’s digital exhibition, “Performance Anxiety,” the exhibition offers a seamless blend between visual, textual and digital art.
Take a look at what’s on show above and head to Moosey’s website for more information about the exhibition, opening on October 5.