Viewing articles from 2016/10

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Suki Chan: Lucida

Slit Lamp Eye,  Lucida

Suki Chan’s latest video installation, ‘Lucida’, explores historical and contemporary models of observation, interrogating the nature of human perception through the video’s visual content and method of display. Review by William Rees

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Dinh Q. Lê | The Colony

The Colony, Dinh Q. Lê, 2016.

In his Artangel exhibition 'The Colony', Lê continues his confronting fascination between fact and picture making, portrayed largely from an aerial perspective and introducing a number of narratives around power, conflict and colonisation. Review by Jillian Knipe

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Manuel Graf / Shaan Syed

Manuel Graf / Shaan Syed, installation view

Manuel Graf works with juxtapositions of different, indeed incompatible, models and materials. Shaan Syed’s work deals with his own ancestry, language and personal history.

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Jan Groover: The Virtue of Balance

Jan Groover: The Virtue of Balance, installation view at Klemm's, 2016

Groover's works remind less of the supposed authenticity of the observed moment associated with the photographic medium but rather show a consciously staged image.

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I feel we think bad

I feel we think bad, installation view, Hannah perry

Ed Fornieles, Matt Goerzen, and Hannah Perry’s haptic, multimedia installation environments in “I feel we think bad”, demonstrate the notion that art depicting networked life readily explores how representational art can be abstract, and how abstract art can be representational.

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