Added by Sarv Kreindler--Creative Planet Network, 03/17/14 03:03:02 PM
The Guardian's Adrian Searle writes up artist Hito Steyerl's five-part multimedia installation at London's ICA.
He writes, "With Steyerl, you can't always tell fact from fabulation, where the jokes end and seriousness begins, what is truth and what is a lie. A pleasure in art can unhinge us in everyday life, where we are undone by falsehoods at every turn. At several points in Steyerl's show, I felt out of my depth, deluged by digital rain, swamped by information, caught in the undertow of conspiracy. She makes me want to go offline, become invisible, flow like water and drain away."
Read the full story here.