Xenoplast Scanning Array: Historic Calibration Test
(property of INNOCENT)
by Porpentine Charity Heartscape
July 22nd - September 9th

A dark tunnel that ends in a wall-covering projection. This projection is the most modern, cutting-edge test to detect xeno-particles in the environment, although bugs in the equipment cause it to also view different planets composed of flesh. The equipment itself is built around the surgically excised brain matter of an indentured woman, making this a truly diverse exhibit.


The exhibit is accompanied by supplementary information about the history of the test.


Viewers control the scenes displayed, and can combine them in different ways. This dramatically shifts the light and color levels in the dark environment, giving a more volatile weight to their interactions than the usual one-way input of computer manipulation.

Porpentine Charity Heartscape is a writer, game designer, and dead swamp milf in Oakland. Her work includes xenofemme scifi/fantasy, cursed videogames, and globe-spanning sentient slime molds. She has exhibited at the 2017 Whitney Biennial, EMP Museum, and the National Gallery of Denmark, been commissioned by Vice and Rhizome, and is a fellow with Sundance Institute, Creative Capital, and Tiptree.

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