With love, protean association and radical and enticing innocence, American artist Alex Da Corte ventures into the underground landscapes where intimacies and mass-media principalities mingle.
There are phantoms in the packaging and handling, each aluminum foil wafer a node for ancient spells, the hands of a miners’ son and a welcoming of the future though chromatic hospitality. Rejoining at the radio spectrum, warm transistors full of honey. Roses and walls become one through the witching pink familiar. Backstage rituals, “meet and greet” for your favorite immortal archetypes. Wronging what was righteous once, the green Other, the vanquished ones sustaining all scarlet oppressors. Beautiful bright patterns of hopes incorporeal and dreaming appliances, won’t you be our neighbors?
Images by Alex Da Corte and Karma Gallery