Post Human x Mexico City

The term ‘Post Human’ is used to describe modes of being, resulting from potential enhancements to human nature generated through applied science and technological developments. We’re beginning to live in a world we’re used to seeing in our science fiction films and books, what we might call the Post-Human Age, or Singularity, in which the line between humans and tech is no longer distinguishable.
A juxtaposition of secular works of art with erotica, religion and the future. Post Human in the wildest sense of the word: from the seemingly mundane, to the grim and eerily strange to the distorted and fascinatingly dark. Tobias Ross-Southall, a contemporary artist, filmmaker and curator would like to present an exploration of the pursuit of ‘Post Human’ in his own work and that of his contemporaries.
A cross-continental conversation between 22 contemporary artists from Mexico, the USA and the UK. The exhibition was held at Dolores 54, Mexico City.
Flyer artwork by Tom Furse. You can view a highlight video here :


Ángela Leyva
Paciente V, 2020
Óleo y transfer sobre lino
80 x 60cm

Francisco Diego
La Muerte Solo Le Miró, 2022
Vaciado en bronce
48 x 20 x 11 cm

Sofia Puerte
Banco de sombras IV, 2020
Charcoal, pastel and oil pastel on paper
30 x 20cm

Polly Brown
Flooded, 2021
Giclée print on Hahnemühle Pearl
39 x 30cm

Polly Brown
Love Sits Still, 2021
Giclée print on Hahnemühle Pearl
39 x 30cm

Hayden Kays
My God She’s Sexy, 2022
Acrylic and emulsion on canvas
200 x 200cm

Tobias Ross-Southall
Nuevos Animales VIII, 2022
Watercolour, Indian ink and bleach on raw canvas
180 x 200cm

Beni Single
Creation Is Death, 2021
Acrylic, oil, spray paint and crayon on wooden doors
213 x 254 cm