Outsized PVC monochromes mysteriously vibrate. Mirrored turntables play each other with elongated arms. A neon sign triggers hyperventilation. Future Tense is a ‘compilation album’ of recent works by New York artist/composer Julian Day. It combines elliptical humour and mute dissociation to induce a state of mild to moderate anxiety – just what 2018 feels like. Future Tense is Day’s second solo show at Dominik Mersch Gallery and follows recent presentations at Tate Modern, Orange County Museum of Art and Artspace, Sydney. Day is about to begin an MFA at Columbia University in New York courtesy of the Samstag scholarship.
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