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Kayma Gallery, curator: Marie Shek

Year: 2014

Challenging his role as an artist, Hacmon install cellular antenna in the gallery. Such antennas are spread all around us, often on residential rooftops, rented out by landlords. They sit there, transmitting, receiving, spreading radiation right above our heads, allowing a sickening constant availability. In everyday life we pass them by without noticing, but placing an antenna inside, at eye-level, makes us face its invasion and exposes its supervision mechanism.

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