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Australian artist Cara Stricker extended her STRICKER X ARTIST collaboration July 2 with the opening of “Make Love To The World” at The Hole in New York. For the exhibition, Stricker worked with international artists to create a multimedia experience for viewers through visual, audio, and online-based content. Artists featured included Boots (music producer), Roger O’Donnell (The Cure), Dev Hynes (Blood Orange and DJ for the opening), Siberia Records, John Kirby (Sebastian Tellier), and several others.
The exhibition explored the stigmas surrounding both the male and female body through candid photographs, strategically placed from floor to ceiling throughout the space to create a dream-like visual experience, and iPads featuring Stricker’s films and music. The childhood influence of nature on Stricker’s body of work is undeniable in “Make Love To The World” as her subjects run naked through fields and forests or bend themselves into yoga poses. Each piece provided an atmosphere full of youthfulness and sexuality while Stricker practiced her signature ability to express energy through the lens.