Fantasies on a Found Phone, Dedicated to the Man Who Lost It
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Drawn from an unlocked phone, found in a public toilet, the images and texts in 'Fantasies on a Found Phone, Dedicated to the Man Who Lost It' present a portrait of a stranger. Moving between the erotic, intimate, baroque, and everyday, the compulsive sequence of images references the dissonant and voyeuristic experience of scrolling through social media and swiping in dating apps, and the clash of hyper-capitalist forces of productivity and technology with the intimacy of a queer male gaze. This publication accompanies the first UK solo exhibition by Mahmoud Khaled at The Mosaic Rooms.
|144 p, ills colour, 11 x 18 cm, pb, English|