By Carolina A. Miranda
Petra Cortright, “CAM WORLD,” at UTA Artist Space. The gallery has put together a large-scale survey of the L.A.-based artist’s video work that draws from the culture of surveillance and the internet. This includes works that dwell on the artist’s own online presence and the ways in which the female body is rendered online. Opens Saturday at 5 p.m. 670 S. Anderson St., Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, utaartistspace.com.
A version of this article appears in the LA Times with the headline: Datebook: The minimalism of Tony DeLap, ceramics by Dora De Larios and the internet according to Petra Cortright.// $gallery = the_field('gallery_content');?>