STOPJECTIFY, Gallery Different, Curated by Jess de Wahls.

Delighted to have work selected for the upcoming exhibition STOPJECTIFY curated by Jess De Wahls at Gallery Different Soho, London, Private View 8th March 2016

A powerful exhibition, highlighting the damaging effects of objectification, imagining and creating change.

STOPJECTIFY // From the Private View last night. Fab and fun evening! Including works by Vanja Karas, Jess De Wahls, Hugo Von Hugo, Marie-Louise Jones, Mia-Jane Harris, Glenn Fitzy Fitzpatrick, Hugo Von Hugo, Sin and Karina Akopyan….


Stopjectify. Artwork by Vanja Karas

The Birch Crotch for Stopjectify, artwork by Vanja Karas

This piece explores fungibility as one of the aspects of objectification– fungibility is treating the entity as interchangeable with other objects: “The objectifier treats the object as interchangeable (a) with other objects of the same type, and/or (b) with objects of other types. Fungibility is the property of a good or a commodity whose individual units are capable of mutual substitution. That is, the property of essences or goods which are capable of being substituted in place of one another.