Phil O'Malley: Appropriated Voyeurism

September 2016 Web Rotator

Opening Reception during the September
IDADA First Friday Art Tour:

September 2, 6 - 9 pm

Gallery 924 is pleased to present Appropriated Voyeurism, an interactive, multimedia installation by Indianapolis based artist Phil O’Malley. The abundance and immediacy of images has become overwhelming at times as it floods all aspects of contemporary life. Photos, videos, social media posts, advertisements, graphics, and logos dominate our view while clouding the lines between what is public and private. After mining our last century’s tour of imagery, Appropriated Voyeurism exploits image inundation while exploring the instigation of our accidental exhibitionism. If you have posted something online, it might be in this exhibition.

ABOUT THE ARTIST
Phil O’Malley, a professional studio artist and designer in Indianapolis, IN, was born in Massachusetts, and has spent the past four decades painting in the
Midwest. After making his way to Indiana, he studied Interior Design in the Purdue School of Engineering and earned a BFA from the Herron School of Art and Design. Phil has created two- and three-dimensional works in fine art, culinary art, interior design, architectural design, graphic design, and event design.

LEARN MORE about the artist and this exhibition by watching their Indy Arts Studio Series interview.

Thank you to our funders

Indiana Arts Commission
CICF
Lilly
Jordan