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MFA Candidate Janet Morrow : Ambiguous Belonging


MFA candidate Janet Morrow's exhibition Ambiguous Belonging runs through Thursday, March 29 the Fort Worth Community Art Center at 1300 Gendy Street in Fort Worth. Morrow uses tube-like fabric sculptures and photographs of industrial interiors to explore concepts of embodiment involving cyborgism, the state of being a hybrid of organic and man-made parts.

Morrow states, “Cyborgism raises questions about the essential nature of humanity. If one’s embodiment includes man-made parts, is one still fully human? What if the efficiency of the manufactured parts eventually exceeds that of god-given parts? Where does that place the cyborg in the human-machine continuum?”