May 13, 2020
Julian Day’s ‘Together We Breathe’ features in Fridman Gallery’s group show ‘All at once’ in New York. This show focuses on video and sound works to make connections through invisible ‘respiratory droplets’ that float between us, person-to-person, throughout the entire planet. Curator Regine Basha says, “touching one person means touching billions. Could the phenomena of collective sickness and collective fear, also bring about collective hope and collective resilience? If bodies can be connected so instantly, could a collective consciousness also be traced?”
‘Together We Breathe’ is a work facilitated with Janet McKay and a hundred locals from across the West Midlands, UK, to sonically articulate the Library Of Birmingham. The show features many outstanding artists including Tamar Ettun, Julie Mehretu, Aura Satz and Australia’s own Public Assembly. The show continues until June 21, 2020, and you can find out more on the Fridman Gallery website.
Photograph by Gethin Thomas.
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