Solo Exhibition "Doku: Digital Alaya" by Lu Yang
Jane Lombard Gallery is pleased to present "Doku: Digital Alaya", curated by Barbara Pollack on May 7th to June 19th, 2021. This is the first solo New York gallery exhibition of Lu Yang. In Lu Yang’s world, cultures collide, the digital realm prevails, and religions must be reinterpreted. These artworks--packed with avatars, while grounded in the latest scientific inquiries—are wildly engaging and often disturbing, creating post-human life forms in a world dominated by Japanese anime and interactive video games. The gallery is open (walk-ins accepted depending on current number in the gallery, during set hours).
Venue: Jane Lombard Gallery
58 White Street
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