Framewerk Gallery, Upper Newtownards Road
26th March: 7.00pm – 8.00pm

The launch of Joey O’Gorman’s exhibition.

Leading local artist, Joey O’Gorman looks at the various ways that humans interact with the non-human. Drawing on radical geographies and philosophy, as well as more traditional forms of ecological theory, he has produced a series of diagrams that explore 21st Century eco-politics. The launch of the exhibition takes place on 26 March at 7.00pm in Framewerk Gallery when the artist will discuss his work. The exhibition runs from 25th-30th March during 10.30am-5.00pm.

Joey O’Gorman is concerned with a variety of contemporary discourses that trace the deep interpenetration of disparate spheres, from social to geodynamic and evolutionary to mystical. In diagrams and schema he grasps at the elusive form of vitally, compenetrating ecologies and impossibly complex topologies of affect. Environmental collapse, social depredation and economic absurdity frame a call for solidarity and fundamental change, with a warning against the gathering spectres of accelerationism and authoritarianism.

Joey O’Gorman is concerned with a variety of contemporary discourses that trace the deep interpenetration of disparate spheres, from social to geodynamic and evolutionary to mystical. In diagrams and schema, he grasps at the elusive form of vitally, compenetrating ecologies and impossibly complex topologies of affect. Environmental collapse, social depredation and economic absurdity frame a call for solidarity and fundamental change, with a warning against the gathering spectres of accelerationism and authoritarianism.

Refreshments will be served.

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date & time

26th March
7.00pm-8.00pm
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venue

Framewerk Gallery, 10 Upper Newtownards Road, BT4 3EL
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admission

This event is free

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