As in previous installations: Schneider employs the language of the cultural virtual interface in the creation of navigable immersive environments where virtual spaces are physically simulated and real people are subject to become virtualize in cartoon like immersive installations.
Schneider’s practice explores pre-existing images and familiar languages of efficient communication – here the graphic, the sign and the expedient becomes a vocabulary and a subject matter. Objects of administration, materials and forms that often relate to the recording and documentation of everyday life are embraced and utilized. Here through continuous changes and translations in different materials, forms and scales; works move from images to objects, objects to images, posters to books, from vinyl stickers to photocopies, rooms are treated like folded pieces of paper.
Paul Schneider, 1987. Lives and works in London. Studied at the Royal Academy of Art and Camberwell College of Arts, London. He was named the winner of the Catlin Art Prize Visitors Vote 2015. Solo exhibitions include: Hanging Out To Dry, Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space, London, 2015, Royal Residency, Lokaal 01, Antwerp, 2014. Selected group exhibitions include: The Catlin Art Prize 2015, Hydrogen Clip, Elements, MilMa, London, 2014; Degree Show, Royal Academy Schools, London, 2014; Poppositions Off Fair, with Millington | Marriott, Dexia Art Center, Brussels, 2014; Conversation #2, with Neil Rumming, Weekends, Millington | Marriott, London, 2013; Springfield Elementary, House Gallery, London, 2013; Premiums, Royal Academy, London, 2013; Lucky Dip, with Tasha Allus, The Woodmill, London, 2012.
A spoken word piece during the private view
Screening of Office Space, 1999" directed by Mike Judge follow by a talk between the artist and Javier Calderon. Thursday 14 of April.