Amalia Ulman (b. 1989, Buenos Aires, Argentina; lives and works in Los Angeles) explores the links between consumerism and identity, class, and gender through a diverse mix of painting, sculpture, installations, smart-phone apps, actions, and lectures. Heavily performance-based, the artist’s work is not just centered on the Internet’s warped social structures and artificiality, but also uses this medium for its distribution, rendering it accessible to her more than 100,000 Instagram followers, and essentially anyone with an internet connection. Ulman’s practice fluctuates between existing digitally and in real life, as much of her commentary is congruent with the relationship between digital and personal realms.

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