Floating And Waterlogged Objects
Bruno Latour describes the world as "a vast ocean of uncertainty, speckled with a few islands of calibrated and stabilized forms". Floating and waterlogged describes a way in which art objects can be simultaneously buoyant within and saturated by this fluid of uncertainty. This exhibition does not claim a common thesis in the assembled works but proposes the metaphysical waters as a shared environment in which differing approaches could be experienced in terms of density, porosity and saturation.
Justin Brown lives and works in London. He studied at the University of Dallas, Texas, and Goldsmiths College, London. Past exhibitions and presentations include Escalate Entropy at Usher Gallery, Lincolnshire (2010), the London Art Fair (2010) and Foreign Bodies at White Box, New York (2007).
Richard Clements lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. He studied at Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Canada, and Goldsmiths College, London. His work has been included in numerous exhibitions in Canada, America and the United Kingdom.
Eoin Donnelly lives and works in London. He is currently studying at the Royal Academy Schools, London, graduating in 2011. Past exhibitions include Foreign Glue, as part of the punctuation programme at Limoncello, London (2010), No Soul For Sale, Forgotten Bar Project, Tate Modern, London (2010). He will present a solo project at Arcade Fine Arts in London in March 2011.
Tomas Downes lives and works in London. His work will be included in an upcoming group exhibition at Galerie Eva Winkeler, Cologne in February 2011. Past exhibitions include Vicissitude, Kabin Collection, London (2010), Tomas Downes/Alexander Wolff, Peles Empire, London (2010). He will graduate from the Royal Academy Schools, London in 2011.
Esmeralda Valencia Lindstrom lives and works in London. She studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, London, and is currently studying at the Royal Academy Schools, London, graduating in 2011. Her work will be presented in an upcoming solo project at Arcade Fine Arts, London in April 2011.