Radical Futures

Todd Siler

Feb 27 – Mar 27, 1993

Todd Siler

Battering Rams of Cognitive Dissonance and Resolution, 1992

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Radical Futures, an exhibition of new work by Todd Siler, will open on Saturday, February 27th at Ronald Feldman Gallery. Siler transforms the gallery into a theoretical museum of natural and imagined history, where the concepts of human evolution and "environ-mental" growth are questioned. This multi-part installation interprets the development and potential of human life. Set against a 12’ x 200’ painting entitled The Neurosphere, the selection of experimental drawings, paintings, sculptures, and mixed media constructions in its expressions and interpretations. The artist defines neurosphere as our individual and collective nervous systems. The neurosphere is to the human body what the biosphere is to the Earth.

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Mind Icon Sculpture - Reverie of Cerebralism, 1991 (Front)

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Mind Icon Sculpture - Reverie of Cerebralism, 1991 (Front)

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Mind Icon Sculpture - Reverie of Cerebralism, 1991 (Back)

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Mind Icon Sculpture - Enduring the Whiplash of Evolution, 1991 (Front)

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Mind Icon Sculpture - Enduring the Whiplash of Evolution, 1991 (Back)

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Mind Icon Sculpture - In-Forming a Conscionable Mind, 1991 (Front)

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Mind Icon Sculpture - In-Forming a Conscionable Mind, 1991 (Back)

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Mind Icon - Entering Plato's Cave, 1992

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Mind Fields, 1992-93

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Detonating Consciousness, 1992

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Blue Consciousness, 1992

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