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Lea Devon Sorrentino: Remote Work
Friday, April 2, 2022 - Sunday, May 8, 2022

Lea Devon Sorrentino: Remote Work

Friday, April 1, 2022 – Sunday, May 8, 2022
Presented in Gallery Two

UPDATE: Join Lea and other exhibiting artists for an Artist Talk on Sunday, May 1st, from 4-6pm

Vox Populi is open Noon-6pm, Fridays-Sundays, or by appointment (email: vox@voxpopuligallery.org). Masks encouraged while on site. You are welcome to drop-in or schedule your visit via the link below!

About the Exhibition

Nature is calling, or is it, emailing? Now that workers are no longer tethered to desks it was only a matter of time until nature evolved to sustain their mobility. In response to the ever-growing group of digital nomads, the earth has sprung forth with organic power strips, USB ports, and other helpful office devices. Finally! Mother nature is ready for us all to achieve the illusive work-life balance.

Excavated from national parks, lush forests and rocky shores these unique work companions are now amassed into their first-ever natural history exhibit, Remote Work. Delve into this important collection that encapsulates the benefits of constant productivity. Explore the phenomena of what happened as humans advocated to work from anywhere, instead of demanding to work less.

About the Artist

Lea Devon Sorrentino is a multimedia artist who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Her practice is an auto-ethnographic investigation of her life in pursuit of understanding contemporary American culture. Or, in not art speak, she is interested in why we love things that hurt us and cry at reality television.

Lea Devon’s work encompasses installation, video, service aesthetics, and performance. She has developed and produced podcasts, written mini-series, and is an avid writer. These endeavors had her named among the “Artists to Watch″ by the Walker Art Center.

She is a member of the Vox Populi collective in Philadelphia and has attended several artists’ residencies– most recently Tiny Birch Residency in Vermont. Lea Devon received her Bachelor of Arts at Temple University, Tyler School of Art and a Masters Degree at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
More Info: leadevon.com / @leadevon