Eyebeam is proud to present the U.S premiere of Tali Keren’s The Great Seal, an immersive installation that investigates the intersection between art, propaganda, religion, and politics.
The project’s debut at Eyebeam, on the heels of the critical U.S. midterm elections, adds another layer of urgency to an already extremely polarized political landscape, amplified by the rise of the Twitter politician and mainstream media mistrust.
The exhibition launches on Thursday, November 8 at 6pm with an activation and conversation led by experts on political activism, performance, religion, media, and neuroscience in an attempt to provide perspective on the ideological, psychological, historical and political mechanisms interwoven in the The Great Seal.
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