It was a blessing to accidentally view the exhibition in Zurich, ‘Louise Bourgeois & Pablo Picasso: Anatomies of Desire’. Highly regarded curator Marie-Laure Bernadac and Hauser & Wirth gallery have created a powerful dialogue between two art icons. A dual perspective to eternal subjects of humanity – love, passion, compassion and motherhood are presented with […]
Liz Johnson Artur’s first solo exhibition in the UK brings about very personal documentation of the African diaspora community she is surrounded with. To express her intimate relationship with this subject Artur creates a series of magnificent sculptural narratives made from bamboo canes, felt, acetate, cardboard, etc. The narratives are built from her substantial archive […]
Visceral is a new installation which combines soft sculptures and a film. Since reading A Thousand Plateaus by Deleuze and Guattari I have been exploring the idea of rhizome as well as the ‘haptic’ nature of felt. Wool has been recently the medium to comment on socio-political and environmental issues as it metaphorically represents the […]
Terrified by a personal family statistics of making around 300!!! orders only through Amazon in a year, which practically is shopping almost every day, I have been inspired to experiment with the numerous of Amazon Fresh paper bags (should expand the project by utilising half empty Amazon boxes, however, I have not enough storage for […]
The magical Alice Holt forest have directed the work to engage with the nature not just use it as a backdrop. Emphasising concerns about alienation from nature I am using a disembodied body again. Although this time there are no bones but tentacles that are like nerve fibres trying to make sense over the world […]
First shown at the UCA Farnham Project Space as “rhizome generator” it has later Viscerally expanded to “take over” the Unify Gallery, Farnham. Visceral exploits this dominant colour to produce rhizomatic forms with an unsettling psychic and corporeal resonance. Owing to its sculptural plasticity, there is an element of play as the work would ultimately change, adapting […]
Marx Collection and The Collection of The Nationalgalerie which besides fantastic works by Anselm Kiefer, Donald Judd, Marina Abramovic, Jeff Koons, Rachel Whitebread, etc. present outstanding body of works by Joseph Beuys, including The End of the 20th Century, Tram Stop, Tallow, and Directional Forces of a New Society. The exhibition is focused on spatial effect […]
Currently The Elephant in the Room – Sculptures of the Marx Collection and of the Collection of the Nationalgalerie on display at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin amongst major names such as Absalon, Donald Judd, Jeff Koons, Rachel Whiteread includes lots of work by Beuys, including the famous Das Kapital Raum. By the mid-twentieth century the concept […]
The multi-channel video installation by Agnieszka Polska (b.1985, Lublin) at first encounter reminds psychedelic retreats, although the hallucinatory visions are pre-designed on five gigantic projections accompanied by enchanting soundscape with whispering into the viewer’s ear trigger words. The audience is invited into the darkness to hang out in on ‘Rachel Whiteread’ alike mattresses to face […]
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