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, 2016, Drawing Biennial 2015, The Drawing Room, London, 2015; Let's Get Inside Everything, MilMa, London; 2015 and 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: 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.