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Mire Lee, installation view of Endless House: Holes and Drips, 2022, at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, “The Milk of Dreams,” 2022. Photo by Roberto Marossi. Courtesy of La Biennale di Venezia.

Within the exhibition, technology reminds viewers of the intensities of our bodies and the vulnerabilities of our flesh. Mire Lee’s deeply unnerving kinetic sculpture Endless House: Holes and Drips (2022) uses a large mechanical device with liquid clay that resembles organs or other fleshy objects revolving across low-tech motors. Over the course of the Biennale, the clay will dry and crack, evoking the body’s capacity to bleed, be torn apart, or become seriously maimed.

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