Away From The Inhabited Districts
Paulina employs an assortment of media that includes film, painting, ceramics and collage. Her work explores topics that range across: autobiographical details, memory, banalities of everyday life, mythology, the aesthetic of accident and injury.
FEB 19 - MAR 2
Sarah has been reflecting on a scene from a Wile E. Coyote & The Road Runner cartoon, which lends itself to the title of the exhibition, to explore how space is depicted in a series of new drawings and paintings. The specific scene in the cartoon sees the tragic character of Wile E. Coyote deploy imitation and hoax, as he paints a ‘realistic’ picture of the landscape to create a representation of reality, within a representation of reality.
FEB 14, 2016
At Showhome, Richard will present a one-day installation of works made during his recent residency in Seoul, South Korea. In this body of work, Richard has a conspiracy theory known as the 'Jump Room' theory, detailing the existence of a teleportation system allowing members of the US government and intelligence services to travel between Earth and Mars. The works shown will include drawings, video and documented performance (with Sooyon Kim).
NOVEMBER 20 - DECEMBER 6, 2015
High Beams documents the internal world of a fictional retreat space. Images have been gathered from retreats and communes across Europe and West Coast California to form a montage of a new closed community. The feeling is one of cool disregard for the outside world, former lives forgotten on a soft focus lawn.
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October 9 - 25, 2015
Sticky Friction is a presentation of new work by Rebecca James. At SHOW HOME she has used the form of a show home, an example home used as a sales tool, to frame the environment she has created. The installation comprises decorative surfaces, furniture and objects.
AUGUST 21 - 28, 2015
Uncool is a show of recent paintings and drawings by Mike Salter.
Mike revises and reimagines old stories, opening up otherwise culturally calcified tales.
Mike lives far from his origin or origination point both through time and expanse. Embedded in America’s cultural and social proclivities, his work contains an essential attitude or urge towards trailblazing and pioneering, but also a fall from (unraveling of) that American Dream.