‘Indisposed Exorbitance’ materializes identity as a deranged apparatus that leaks the innermost desires of society. The artwork visualizes reproductions of information dispersed from the media to make people feel happy and successful. The internet tailors an intimate browsing experience based on what we click, type, and buy. Even though privacy is obsolete, we can obtain anything we want with our fingertips and a credit card. This exhibition mirages the excess extravagance placed upon the public, in order to anesthetize our behavior.
An electronic noise envelops us as we live closely packed together in a society of constant presentation and upkeep. My work amplifies this noise - bluntly asking its audience to reconsider. Acting as a threshold of consciousness - my work is a process that moves the viewer from one way of thought to another. As the rest of society is passively choked by the man; living in repetition through stereotypes and false realities- a new generation will assemble. Constantly probed to post and comment on every product, place, and emotion we encounter, I want the work to transcend these pressures, and reconnect with reality. Working in an excessive compulsive, I react to these human calamity as a personal outlet.
Holly Wilson (b. 1992, Columbus, Ohio) is an American installation sculpture artist. She currently lives and works in Syracuse, NY co-directing a local gallery called Apostrophe’ S. Her artwork adheres to site specific environments and questions the banality and exercises of the everyday. She received her BFA in sculpture from Syracuse University in May 2015. Her new body of work visualizes social media reproductions of A-list personalities and the various recommendations granted to make people feel happy. She has exhibited site specific installations at the international art fair, ARTROOMS 2016 in London, UK and her piece Surpassed by Viable Science (Machine #2) was shown at the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte, NC.