Blade Runner, reprised
|Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Images with the Kind permission of the curator|
Taking the title of the book by Philip K. Dick that became a cult movie directed by Ridlet Scott, Blade Runner (1982), the short spanned exhibition would be a great hit for fans and non-fans alike. Between folk art and graphic design with a theme, the works take on myriad interpretations, sporting influences from the book and film. Nearest the window, a small legion of origami unicorns of various sizes, herd in convergence. In the other corner of the gallery, crafted delicately in fragile plasticine, a robot destroys a cyborg. The result, an awesome collective retaliation against cosplay subculture.
Nov 26 – Dec 1, 2009