"Privacy. Protection. Act." Critiques the Internet's False Sense of Security at Halt Gallery

Throughout this past exhibition season, Halt Gallery has continuously provided us with excellence. With the shipping container galleries making a move over the summer and chief curator and director Becky Nahom relocating to New York City, this may be the last we see of Halt Gallery, at least in its current form.

"Privacy. Protection. Act," the big finale, if you will, is a conceptual installation by ArtFarm, as fictional artist Tinnas Enidraj Nimgaj, that questions issues relevant to the information age. In its entirety, the exhibition is a constructed facade that mimics the way we give and receive information.

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