Viewing articles tagged with 'Sculpture'
Galerie Chez Valentin, 9 rue Saint-Gilles 75003 Paris
Steppterminal was conceived as an ensemble of hybrids between architectural fragment and autonomous sculpture. The series presents a set of ghost structures, without status or future, evoking a perpetual present—that of ruins, or unfinished construction, isolated in its own sovereign failure.
UHArts, Museum of St Albans, Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL1 3RR
Bodily references are found everywhere within Donaldson’s work. She is interested in ideas of ‘body memory’ - how experiences and emotions can leave their trace on the physical. Review by Sacha Waldron
Auto Italia South East, Unit 2, 3 York Way, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AE
‘Polymyth x Miss Information’ is an exhibition which posits a fictional character in a semi-domestic space of the near future, guiding the audience with an ethereal voice that chimes through the gallery. Review by Ned McConnell.
Waterside Contemporary, 2 Clunbury Street, London, N1 6TT
Oreet Ashery's first solo exhibition with Waterside Contemporary is highly frenetic, displaying a fierce engagement with politics, gender and class via hypnotic sound, text, videos and assemblages. Review by Will Gresson.
Ronchini Gallery, 22 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AN
All That Matters Is What’s Left Behind explores the act of the artist ‘leaving their mark’ as a work of art. Encompassing performative gestures, these works are neither final nor complete and instead focus on the process of painting or sculpture alongside the completed art form. Review by Louisa Lee.