At the Seams: The Timeless Works of Danielle Orchard @ Perrotin, Seoul

Perhaps we use the phrase “timeless” too often, and when we do, we tend to think of an already established “time” that isn’t so much less but what we perceive as ideal. In a way, when I think of Danielle Orchard’s work, I think of a world of expatriates and a sense of the outpouring of debauchery and almost relaxed mania of the Roaring-20’s. An era where we began to think of life outside of war and labor, how we came out of the shadows of WW1 and a Spanish flu with an uncontrolled desire to experiment with reposed pleasure. In her new solo show, At the Seams, there is a sense that Orchard has created what will be a…

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