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Soft Power

This excerpt of Soft Power comes from a new body of work by Nina Sarnelle called Dog Dream, which interprets hyper-masculine posturing of neo-fascist leaders today through the lens of canine psychology—coaxing dog-eating-dogs, and the hands that feed them. 

Making its Los Angeles debut, Nina Sarnelle’s Dog Dream, from which this excerpt was taken, will be exhibited at LA artist-run spaces House Guest, Roger’s Office and Navel in spring 2018.

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Nina Sarnelle is an artist and musician with a BA from Oberlin College and MFA from Carnegie Mellon University. A founding member of the Institute for New Feeling and dadpranks, she’s recently shown work at Whitechapel Gallery, Hammer Museum, Getty Center, Ballroom Marfa, MoMA (NY), Istanbul Modern, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, NADA Miami, MAAT (Lisbon), Fundacion PROA (Buenos Aires), Black Cube (Denver), Southern Exposure (San Francisco), Recess (NY), Akademie Schloss Solitude, UNSW Galleries (Sydney), Project 88 (Mumbai), Villa Croce Contemporary (Genova), CCA Santa Fe, MWoods (Beijing), MoCA Cleveland; featured in Frieze, Art in America, HuffPost, SFMoMA, Creators Project, FlashArt, and Hyperallergic.

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