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BROWN, Ian (2009)
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: W100
This exhibition was developed around an interest in the relationships between our encounters with the natural world and the invented world. Often separated out, in terms of how we experience and problematise our world, this line of enquiry seeks to discuss where overlaps occur and how artists respond to the complexities of our ability to comprehend and engage with nature and technology.\ud This was a curated exhibition and publication that toured and developed, in each iteration, at three galleries in 2009. The exhibition featured new commissions by:
Mariele Neudecker, Richard T. Walker, Richard Hughes, Alex Pearl, Heather and Ivan Morison, Alan Currall and Johanna Hällsten. The show also included works by Annika Ström, Ryan Gander, Marcus Coates and Ian Brown. The publication included new commissions by Paul Rooney, Francis McKee, Annika Ström, Richard T. Walker, Ian Brown, Alex Pearl, Heather and Ivan Morison and Ryan Gander.\ud Exhibited at David Cunningham Projects, San Francisco (January 22nd, 2009 - February 28th, 2009, AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent (28th March – 9th May 2009), and Cell Project Space, London (26th September –25th October 2009)\ud The exhibition was reviewed in Art Monthly by Martin Herbert, Artforum (online) by Glen Helfand (critics pick) and previewed and reviewed in The Guardian and Artists Newsletter. After the exhibition in San Francisco I was invited back to deliver a presentation on the exhibition at the California College of the Arts for the fine art and curatorial programmes.\ud Mariele Neudecker’s commissioned work, 400 Thousand Generations, was included in the Royal Academy exhibition Earth: Art in a Changing Planet. Paul Rooney’s Letters That Rot Into Mulch was performed at Existential Territories at Toynbee Studios, London, became an installation at his solo show at Edinburgh Sculpture Studios and was included in his publication Dust and Other Stories edited by Jeremy Akerman and Eileen Daly.
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