[NetBehaviour] Ida Hirsenfelder reviews Iza Pavlina's “Rule 34“ exhibition @Aksioma Project Space in Ljubljana

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Thu May 18 11:52:19 CEST 2017

A Sneak Peek into a Hidden Place.

Ida Hirsenfelder reviews Iza Pavlina's “Rule 34“ exhibition.

The Aksioma Project Space in Ljubljana, hosting Iza Pavlina's “Rule 34“ exhibition, is an immaculate visual realisation of a lifestyle minimalist's wet dream. The artist has exhibited a number of videos of a young woman, the artist herself, on a clear background, overwhelmingly beautiful and innocent, mildly disinterested, bare-shouldered, engaged in playing repetitively with a different paraphilias and uploaded them to some of the most populate social porn sites to explore the titillation, arousal, curiosity, surprise, even shock or disgust emerge of mainstream porn as we know it.


Marc Garrett

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Art, technology and social change, since 1996

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