For his third solo exhibition at andriesse-eyck galerie, Rory Pilgrim will create an event as part of his first full-length twelve-track pop album entitled ‘Software Garden’.
Exhibited in its entirety for the first time in Amsterdam, this cultivates influences of pop, techno, electronica, and lush choral and string arrangements to explore how a music album can be used as a political space to bring people together. Responding to recent complex global shifts that highlight increasingly isolationist nationalism, ‘Software Garden’ asks how we meet and create dialog face to face and from behind our screens. As digital and robotic technologies change the way we live, is it possible to create spaces that unite the human, ecological and technological with basic principles of empathy, caring and kindness?
Image credits: Rory Pilgrim, Software Garden, 2018.