Named after the mysterious phenomenon of feeling the tingles of a missing body part, a new exhibition, Phantom Limbs, will explore the ever-elusive human condition and our swiftly evolving relationship with technology. At what point, it asks, can these phantom digital sensations be considered genuine? And could the soul itself take a physical form?
Opening this Friday, the group exhibition will have unusual displays including an assortment of 3D printed teeth, a series of sculptures based on emoticons, and computer simulations mimicking the complexities of DNA.
With work from artists including
An image from The Brightness, a film by Cecile B Evans, showing at the Phantom Limbs exhibition in
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