HIDE | Renee Parkhurst

by Taylor Giangregorio

Renee Parkhurst’s latest solo exhibition “HIDE” exploits the exploited in the ten piece collection, highlighting the ever so prevalent intrusiveness dispersed throughout today’s culture. The images, shot on film, capture mysterious stories of intense and vulnerable times. The photos, blurred and grainy, emphatically emanate a mysterious tone, leaving the viewer to wonder if those featured in the shots were thinking, “HIDE, they are watching,” or were rather oblivious to the invasiveness in capturing these moments.

The installation extends further than the photos with eight cameras live-streamed on eight monitor screens to further capture the essence that privacy can so easily be exploited. The exhibition is being held on March 29 at none other than the Philosophical Research Society, a place filled with plethoric amounts of information regarding enigmatic philosophies and religions.

Club Spaceland presents the afterparty “Void Vision Tempers” at the Satellite with performances from Death Hags and DJ Pre OpTrans.

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HIDE Solo Exhibition

March 29, 2019

7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Philosophical Research Society

3910 W. Los Feliz Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90027

“Void Vision Tempers” After Party

Doors: 9 p.m. / Show: 10 p.m.

The Satellite

1717 Silver Lake Blvd

Los Angeles, CA 90026