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08/06/2013 - 04/08/2013
Private View | Friday 07 June | 6-9pm
To remain buoyant, their flesh is a primarily gelatinous mass with a density slightly less than water, displaying extraordinary adaptations to the arboreal browsing lifestyle. Their immensely long appendages make them very mobile, searching the bottom for soft stationary meals that cannot escape the regenerative slime, which they extrude from some 100 glands or invaginations. The males are often dwarfs, which remain attached to a single female for life moving around as a single body. Gradually their tissues dissolve into hers and eventually disappear completely. This highly unusual set of physical traits completes an all-seeing search engine in an otherwise unexplored area of Deepnet.
Josephine Callaghan / Joey Holder / Vicky Wright
Publication texts by Tom Trevatt, Sonia de Jager and Ben Craggs
Live performances | Friday 12 July | 6-9pm
Exhibition 8th June – 3rd August 2013
Open | Mon-Sat | 1:30-5:30pm