Jason J. Ferguson, installation view of “One-man (freak) show,” 2017.

Jason J. Ferguson

Hamntramck, Michigan

Public Pool Art Space

You go through a door, and you’re faced with the very same door. When you pass through that second door and turn into a room, you see what appears to be an anatomically perfect skull, but as you approach, you gradually realize that it is, in fact, horribly distorted. This is not a dimly remembered dream, but the initiation into “One-man (freak) show,” Jason J. Ferguson’s fascinating exhibition situated at the intersection of technology and the uncanny. A life-size replica of the artist’s skeleton occupied the center of the gallery, rotating slowly atop a suspended circular platform and lying on its side with knees drawn up …see the entire review in the print version of May’s Sculpture magazine.

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