|Institution:||Niklas Belenius Gallery|
|Date:||January 25 - March 2, 2014|
In 'Memory', Evan Roth stages a confrontation between human memory and the unconscious of the Internet.
Our technical devices remember much more than we want them to. The computer cache memories register all our movements in digital space. Roth turns these memories inside out and brings forth a manifold of hidden stories. Thereby he is letting us view ourselves with the indifferent eyes of technology.
The exhibition is an archive of an archive, with portraits of various person's daily online activities, a 42 meter long vinyl print with four months of Internet history compressed to a sculpture, laser etchings and the thoughtful little book Since You Were Born, dedicated to the artist's daughter. The book can be read in two opposite ways: as a beautiful story about the relation between a father and his new-born child, and as a reflexion of our intimate relationship with the web.
— Niklas Belenius Gallery
- Arterritory, Confrontation Between Human Memory and the Unconscious of the Internet, 2014
- CBCNET, Evan Roth - Memory, 2014