Margo Leavin Gallery | 812 North Robertson Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA, 90069 | USA
Apr. 24 - May. 27, 2004
Ourslerís new works are large biomorphic objects alive with video projections of seemingly ghoulish faces muttering various complaints and sentiments. These projections speak directly, confronting and in turn, engaging the audience. In this exhibition, Oursler continues to center on the idea of the role media plays in society today and the effects that it has on the human spirit. He takes the video image out of the box of the television and places it on a three dimensional object; the viewer is no longer simply the anonymous voyeur, but encounters images that acknowledge his presence.