noun, plural, prrr·so·nas.
a person on the internet
a person’s perceived or evident personality, as that of a well-known official, actor, or celebrity; personal image;public role on the internet
(in the psychology of C. G. Jung) the mask or façade presented to satisfy the demands of the situation or the environment and not representing the inner personality of the individual; the public personality ( contrasted with anima). e.g. chat rooms, facebook, twitter, youtube, 4chan, etc.
An art show in September 2012 at little berlin. Ann Hirsch, Bunny Rogers, Liz Rywelski, Petra Cortright; curated by (fangirl) Beth Heinly
PRRRSONA is a video installation that displays an interest in both performance and internet art. In an effort to share an already accessable and free medium, PRRRSONA, promises to contexulize the information set before you in an environment designed for meditation…for free as well. Corresponding with little berlin’s white cube; Ann Hirsch, Bunny Rogers, Liz Rywelski and Petra Cortright create a dialog of ideologies related to female sexuality mirrored from Western culture.
Accompanying the installation will be two evenings of unpixelated performance. Please stay tuned for more information…
FFFriday, September 7th, 2012. 6pm-midnight
redbull/vodka cocktails will be served.
preview available @ prrrsona.tumblr.com
essay accessory, “HOW I SEE IT” by Beth Heinly with FREE poster available at a gallery near you! (or little berlin)