Deserted streets and the walking dead: the end of capitalism as dreamed in our collective imagination…Sumer is pleased to present Zombies Everywhere, its ﬁrst physical exhibition since reopening post lockdown. The exhibition features recent work by Yolunda Hickman (Auckland) and Michael Kennedy (Melbourne). The exhibition brings together the work of two young artists that in varying ways, provide prisms through which one views a world, ugly and absurd; a world for which we unwittingly ﬁnd ourselves part. These are works are not for sense-making but for something altogether different.
Vladislav Markov's solo exhibition at Spazio ORR in Brescia.
Mark Fridvalszki's exhibition takes us back to the fundamental aspect of the looping nostalgia that fuelled several decades of the last century. The longing for the espace present in the emancipatory movements of the 60s and 70s. The recurring promise of the better forever present in the history of the techno-optimistic 90s. The spectrum of nostalgia for better times inhabited our realm and now takes vengeance on us by adding painfully accurate meaning to the words – we have seen better days.
In this group exhibition, 12 artistic positions engage with the title term "MOTOR": The engine as a clock generator, as a converter of one energy into another. The curatorial selection of the artist and curator Martin Chramosta is not primarily focused on movement per se, but rather puts the stress on the inner and outer impulses that drive artistic production in general and the practice of the presented artists in specific.
In ‘The Mouth of The Gifted Horse’, Wisrah Villefort presents a series of new works conceived during confinement in Sao Paolo specifically for the physical space at Goswell Road, inviting the viewer in to circumnavigate.
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