Katriona Beales, White Matter, 2015, multimedia installation with glass sculptures, moving image and sound. Commissioned by FACT (Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology), Liverpool. Courtesy and © the artist

The double-bind effect: Art and anxiety in a digital age

Katriona Beales, The Institute for New Feeling and Erica Scourti are showing work as part of Group Therapy: Mental Distress in a Digital Age at UNSW Galleries, 20 September – 11 November 2017 curated by Vanessa Bartlett as part of The Big Anxiety. Vanessa Bartlett is co‑editor with Henrietta Bowden‑Jones of Are We All
Addicts Now? Digital Dependence, published by Liverpool University Press in September 2017.


Card image: Katriona Beales, White Matter, 2015, multimedia installation with glass sculptures, moving image and sound. Commissioned by FACT (Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology), Liverpool. Courtesy and © the artist

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