Have you ever had a bite of a sandwich bursting with juicy flavors and crunchy textures? You can't help to ask--what's in it? Do you want to open the sandwich and see what's inside? Did you see the half-bitten cockroach between lettuce and bacon?
It is a seductive mouthwatering three-decker that brings panic and hysteria. But we can't stop. Although technologies have enabled us to solve mysteries of the universe and to carry tiny computers everywhere, we are more than confused and overwhelmed than ever.
With a motivation to pay attention to what makes us feel eerie, uncomfortable, and frustrated, we respond to our genuine emotions and inklings in 'Reality Sandwiches'. Rather than making any effort to come up with intelligent solutions to survive saturated and delirious state, we take advantage of the medium of moving image that traverses the reality and illusion over time.
Reality Sandwiches is the first group exhibition presented by Ballpark Collective.
Ballpark is a London-based collective led by artists working with moving image. Through regular exhibitions and events, we create opportunities for ourselves outside the radar and influence of institutions. We invite artists and audience to participate in the exchange of ideas, showcase of work and programming.
Ballpark Collective is founded by Aimee Neat, Max Leach, Sarah Lewis, Susanne Dietz and Sun Park.