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Upcoming and current exhibitions

Hello Friends, Id like to invite you to come see a group exhibition I have some new works in.

'VIRTUAL NEIGHBOUR' art works are both physical and virtual and features the work of four artists: Eric Schimpf, Paul March, Romilly Saumarez Smith and myself. This innovative exhibition takes visitors beyond the boundaries of traditional galleries and into an imagined virtual world. Please join me if you are in London or online.

Virtual Neighbour Gallery Visits

Address: Living Object, 11 East Arbour Street, London E1 0PU

Friday 17 September, 2021 10-5pm (GMT +1)

Saturday 18 September, 2021 10.00-13.30 (GMT +1)

Sunday 19 September, 2021 10.00-13.30 (GMT+1)

Virtual Neighbour Tag Talks

Saturday 18 September, 2021 16.00 (GMT + 1)

A moderated discussion in which Living Object artists interview each other, and address the ‘Virtual Neighbour’ idea. Our artists’ digital work will be revealed and presented by each artist on this talk. This experience will be delivered via Zoom and links will be sent to attendees prior to the event. Virtual visitors are invited to book for this and stay as long as they wish, and dip in and out of the Tag talks through the afternoon until 4pm.

16.00 Living Object introduces a digital and physical artworks in the gallery by our four artists.

16.15 Gina Czarnecki - Romilly Saumarez Smith

16.30 Romilly Saumarez Smith - Paul March

16.45 Paul March - Eric Schimpf

17.00 Eric Schimpf - Gina Czarnecki

Virtual Neighbour Artist’s Gallery Tours

Sunday 19 September, 2021 2-6pm (GMT)

Living Object conduct virtual tours around the gallery delivered through Zoom. Links will be sent out to each attendee prior to the session. Each tour will be joined by a single artist who will talk about their work and answer questions. Book at the links below for individual artists.

2pm Gina Czarnecki

3pm Romilly Saumarez Smith

4pm Paul March.

5pm Eric Schimpf (conducted in French)


Also 'Skin Portraits of my Daughters' from 'Heirloom is in a group show 'Wuunderkammer 3' (Cabinet of Curiosities) in Eisbjerg Art Museum, Denmark until 2022.

Wunderkammer 3 – DNArt 24. April 2021 – 16. January 2022 Life’s big questions form the basis of Wunderkammer 3 – DNArt: Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going from here? The exhibition is organized in cooperation with DNA researchers who work with the extraction of knowledge from life’s invisible, but most fundamental building blocks; but how is this knowledge, procured through their investigations, made relevant? How can we sense and understand those aspects of reality that are imperceptible? By linking the research results with the most recent art works, Wunderkammer 3 – DNArt is going to make such questions present through a (new) visual form. We have planned the exhibition as an inciting pleasure walk through a labyrinthian space, in which bones and DNA visualizations offer perspectives on visual art, including selected works from the museum collection. Throughout the visit you are met with an array of different artists’ visualizations and interpretations of the same types of data that the researchers work with. Participating artists: Emilie Alstrup, Suzanne Anker, Ejler Bille, Jaq Chartier, Gina Czarnecki (in collaboration with professor John Hunt), Stine Deja, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Max Ernst, Thomas Feuerstein, Wilhelm Freddie, Jørgen Hansen, Thorbjørn Lausten, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Frodo Mikkelsen, Richard Mortensen, Christian Skeel, Morten Skriver, Morten Søndergaard, Svend Wiig Hansen + a special temporary collaboration between the museum and Mark Dion. With Professor Eske Willerslev on the sidelines, and contributions by Associate Professor Karina Krarup Sand, the exhibition is curated in close cooperation with Associate Professor Martin Sikora – all researchers from the Globe Institute, Lundbeck Foundation GeoGenetics Centre at University of Copenhagen. Wunderkammer 3 – DNArt is the last exhibition in a series of three, for which Esbjerg Art Museum received The Vision Exhibition Award in 2017. With the award, The Bikuben Foundation honours a visionary concept capable of ‘reinventing exhibition formats to let art take centre stage’; formats which the award lets the winning institution realize. The project is supported by The Bikuben Foundation, The Augustinus Foundation, The A.P. Møller Foundation, The Aage and Johanne Louis-Hansen Foundation, and The Danish Arts Foundation. __________________________________________________________________________________ What is a Wunderkammer? In the 1500s, the Wunderkammer made up an encyclopedic collection of naturalia and crafts, scientific measuring instruments, antiques, and art, forming a kind of microcosm which mirrored the entire world that surrounds us, the macrocosm.


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