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2 Person Exhibition, Kuma Galerie, Berlin, 2010

Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo’s first exhibition at Kuma Galerie is comprised of 100 explicit collage works in the project “100% Napalm” a body of 100 collages that critique the media as an over-bearing force that propagates Utopian ideals. 


Other works include drawing and photomontages that dissect and criticize popular culture and the influence it has in our modern day life.  The work investigates the perverse effect of the media and criticizes social taboos that often operate as forms of censorship. In an increasingly media saturated society the exhibition addresses the concern of how much information is actually made available and how has society's moral ideals shifted to adapt to Popular interest or to that of a Hollywood archetype?