FORTHCOMING

Neïl Beloufa, Steve Bishop, Sofia Hultén, Iman Issa, Toril Johannessen, Luke Stettner, Artie Vierkant – with new text by Tom McCarthy and reading groups led by Rosie Cooper, Gil Leung, Sally O’Reilly, Francesco Pedraglio – Remainder – curated by Alex Ross: 14 June–14 July 2012

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Installation views, Hilary Crisp, London; June 2012:

Steve Bishop16:9 II (2011-12); Iman Issa, Triptych #5 (2009); Sofia Hultén, One in Ten (2011); Artie Vierkant, Image Objects (2011–ongoing); Toril Johannessen, A4 models: Flat, Curved, Spherical (2010); Luke Stettner, It’s easy to see the beginnings of things, but harder to see the ends (2012)
 
 
Artie VierkantImage Objects (2011–ongoing); Toril JohannessenA4 models: Flat, Curved, Spherical (2010); Neïl Beloufa, The Analyst, the Researcher, the Screenwriter, the CGI Tech and the Lawyer (2011); Luke StettnerIt’s easy to see the beginnings of things, but harder to see the ends (2012), wall drawing, two-slide relay, 0:12
 
 
Neïl BeloufaThe Analyst, the Researcher, the Screenwriter, the CGI Tech and the Lawyer (2011), film still
 
 
Luke StettnerIt’s easy to see the beginnings of things, but harder to see the ends (2012); Steve Bishop16:9 II (2011-12)
 
 
Steve Bishop16:9 II (2011-12), LCD screen, Astonish ‘Jasmine & Wild Berries’ floor cleaner, glass, drywall, 130 x 45 x 34 cm; wall cut-out revealing gallery office shelving, dimensions variable
 
 
Iman Issa, Triptych #5 (2009), photographs, flashing light bulb, timer, metronome, dimensions variable
 
 
Sofia Hultén, One in Ten (2011), wood, 33 cm x 2 cm x 10 cm, DVD 14:20
 
 
Artie VierkantImage Object Thursday 19 April 2012 11:54PM (2012), Six-pass UV prints on machine-cut Sintra, altered documentation images
 
 
Artie VierkantImage Object Thursday 19 April 2012 11:51PM (2012)Six-pass UV prints on machine-cut Sintra, altered documentation images
 
 
Toril Johannessen, A4 models: Flat, Curved, Spherical (2010)A4 laser prints, in 3 motifs available as handouts
 
 
Luke Stettner, It’s easy to see the beginnings of things, but harder to see the ends (2012), wall drawing, two-slide relay, 0:12