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"Nora Turato: govern me harder"

Nora Turato: govern me harder

The recently-opened art space 52 Walker is presenting its third exhibition—Nora Turato’s first solo show in the U.S., titled “govern me harder.” Open through July 1, the Amsterdam-based artist and graphic designer’s textual musings fill the gallery with boldly graphic enamel paintings, site-specific murals, and words in a custom typeface (made in collaboration with Jung-Lee Type Foundry and Sabo Day), which began with a sticker Turato came across in a park, bearing the titular phrase. Drawing from social media, news headlines, and her own thoughts, the artist’s featured works offer commentary on the use of text in structures of power and order, internet culture, and regarding our current state of consumer capitalism.

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