Formal conjunctions, irreverent material relationships and the blurring of object, image and site offer architectural resonances within this exhibition.
Works reveal a reflexive attitude whilst gorging on the environmental surroundings and absorbing their own circumstance and sense of place.
Sculptural and time-based, each encounter within the exhibition is framed by a suggestion of habitation and intentioned proximity.
The exhibition is curated by Hana Noorali and Lynton Talbot.
Sam Austen recent exhibitions include: Premiums Interim Projects, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2016; Let's Get Inside Everything, MilMa, London, 2015; Such Animals, Paradise Row, London, 2014; Sam Austen and Fani Parali: A Cool Drink To Cheek, Plaza Plaza, London, 2014.
Marte Eknæs's recent exhibitions include: Open 24 Hours (with Nicolau Vergueiro), public project, Munchmuseet on the Move, Oslo, 2016; Do I still have to sleep in the cupboard? (with ÅYR), organised by Cookies, Rotterdam, 2016; Now Open Free Parking (with Nicolau Vergueiro), What Pipeline, Detroit, 2015; Calculus of Negligence (with Sean Raspet), Room East, New York 2015 and Formal Economy (artist book), Mousse Publishing, 2015. Forthcoming: No more surprises, An exhibition about Content, organised by Marte Eknæs and Cookies, Udolpho, Berlin, 2016 and Materie, permanent installation, Vollebekk Skole, Oslo will be opening in August 2017.
Andrew Mealor's recent exhibitions include: DM/1978 talks to DM/2010, Chelsea Space, London, 2016; Lock Up International, Safety Deposit Box, Frankfurt, 2016; SUBURBAN HALUCINATIONS, Watch It Gallery, London, 2015 and DA DA DA, Peles Empire, London, 2014; Home Theatre, Baro, Sao Paulo, 2013.