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Battersea South Gallery, Battersea South Campus, Royal College of Art Howie Street, London 4AY
Intimate Fantasy is Chang Gao PhD VIVA degree exhibition examines her PhD research topic Using Supernormal Stimuli and Eroticism in creating public artworks: An Experiment in countering cultural hegemony and postcolonialism in Chinese public space. Her research topic overlaps interdisciplinary fields between psychology, philosophy, politics, and sexuality. Addressing urgent topics from sexual expression in comparison between eroticism and pornography, in combating political repression such as patriarchy, Euro-centric, Kantian sense of universality, colonialism, the hegemonic force of repression, censorship.
The exhibition will take place in and outside of Battersea South campus gallery at the Royal College of Art. The Private View will invite the audience to experience immersive and interactive experience for seven steps though multiple media across sculpture, robotics, ECG heart rate interactive installation, Augmented Reality interface, film, photography, Prints, hologram installation.
This exhibition is part of Chang Gao's PhD final submission in examining her practice-led PhD Research at Royal College of Art.
Time: December 1st -December 9th 2022
Opening Hour: 10am-6pm Mon-Friday
Private View: December 8th, 6-9pm
Location: Battersea South Gallery, Battersea South Campus, Royal College of Art
Howie Street, London SW11 4AY
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