Uffe Isolotto works with sculpture and digital media. His work often deals with the plausible absurd state of being human, in a very romantic and aesthetic sense. The conceptual construction underlining the work is built up through a layered research and production process, which makes space for a somewhat poetic reading.
Universal Serial Bus is a work that addresses the current human condition. The work takes its name from the expansion of the acronym USB; the port used to plug in your device, to transfer information or charge your battery. When you expose your device, by hooking it up to a bigger circuit with the electrical umbilical cord, you become vulnerable. The interconnectedness of beings, through inanimate things, has become a base for our understanding of ourselves, the individual. Not the universe, not the mass, not the omnibus.
Opening: 15 June, 5pm (double opening with the exhibition iwillmedievalfutureyou6)