Antibodies by Josh Kline UP168

The exhibition Antibodies addresses the precariousness of life and work in a predatory neoliberal society where instability and crisis describes not only labour, but our very existence as a species. Kline’s installations, sculptures, and videos are works of critical science-fiction that speculate on the radical possibilities of the near-future—potential dystopian and utopian transformations of politics, economics, technology and biology in the coming years and decades. Kline’s fictional visions of the future are extrapolated from phenomena shaping today’s reality ranging from surveillance and police brutality, to social and economic inequality, and the value and future of human work in an era of increasing automation.