Modern Art Oxford presents a major solo exhibition of American artist and filmmaker, Lynn Hershman Leeson (b. 1941, Cleveland, Ohio). Evolving from a tradition of installation art and performance with an emphasis on interactivity, Hershman Leeson has received international critical acclaim for a body of work spanning more than fifty years, which combines art with social commentary, particularly the relationship between humans and technology. This exhibition conveys the diversity of Hershman Leeson’s remarkable oeuvre, including drawings and paintings from the 1960s, performance documentation from the 1970s and 1980s, photographs, moving image, site-specific interventions, and artificial intelligence works from the 1990s. Hershman Leeson’s work explores questions of privacy in an era of surveillance, the relationship between real and virtual worlds, and

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