Photo courtesy of the artist and Nicole Longnecker Gallery

Cara Barer has worked with the idea of altering books, repurposing newspapers and other forms of print media, and the use of text as art for the past two decades.

Taking inspiration from unreliable online news sources, social media, and modern anxieties, Barer deliberately corrupts digital files and combines them with altered books or papers, provoking the viewer to consider how they engage with the internet, and what they believe is true.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 29.

Cara Barer has worked with the idea of altering books, repurposing newspapers and other forms of print media, and the use of text as art for the past two decades.

Taking inspiration from unreliable online news sources, social media, and modern anxieties, Barer deliberately corrupts digital files and combines them with altered books or papers, provoking the viewer to consider how they engage with the internet, and what they believe is true.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 29.

Cara Barer has worked with the idea of altering books, repurposing newspapers and other forms of print media, and the use of text as art for the past two decades.

Taking inspiration from unreliable online news sources, social media, and modern anxieties, Barer deliberately corrupts digital files and combines them with altered books or papers, provoking the viewer to consider how they engage with the internet, and what they believe is true.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until October 29.

WHEN

WHERE

Nicole Longnecker Gallery
2625 Colquitt St.
Houston, TX 77098
https://longneckergallery.com/show/nicole-longnecker-gallery-glitched

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