Jamie Fitzpatrick’s work will be presented in the group exhibition ‘Failure’ at Lítost Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic, opening on 23 March 2018. Read more here.
Edwin Burdis’s stunning collaboration with Hot Chip frontman Alexis Taylor ’Beautiful Thing’ is now online. The album arrives April 20 via Domino, where Edwin has been the first artist in residence since 2017. The album was produced by Tim Goldsworthy (co-founder of DFA Records and UNKLE). Watch the music video here.
Jamie Fitzpatrick is exhibiting in a group exhibition titled ‘Hope is Strong’, alongside artists including Ai Weiwei and Jeremy Deller, at Millennium Gallery, Sheffield Museums until 10 June 2018. Read more here.
‘Say No More’ is a collaboration between isthisit? and Charlie Godet Thomas which brings together artists – including Tim Etchells – who draw attention to, or bypass altogether, the tricks that words play on us. The selected works point towards the possibilities that arise when the uncertainty of language becomes a subject in its own right. These pieces are punctuated by Charlie’s poetic writings, photographs and literary archival material.
Online here, until until 22 March, 2018.
“Grant published his trilogy over a period of 30 years, consisting of nonfictional accounts of his experience with magic and the occult. Nightside of Eden is written in his ‘Draconian tradition’ that Strong reflects within his work. Grant talks about there being a ‘nightside’ to the tree of life, functioning as a ‘mirror image’ of its ‘dayside’. This other side contains ancient forms of knowledge, power and dark forces that are entering our world, threatening it with disruption. Strong draws this out, mediating on the spiritual and mystical possibility of this being the cause of our unbalanced world; the works are mirrors through which you can experience this story of unhinged paranoia.”
Will Clarke on Alfie Strøng for Corridor8, Beyond the Pylon of the Pit runs until 2 April. Read more here.
Maya Rochat’s solo show opens on Saturday 3 March and runs until 14th April 2018 at Despacio, San José, Costa Rica. The show is made possible by the support of Pro Helvetia. Read more here.
Tim Etchells and pianist Marino Formenti, both known for their improvisational treatment of performance forms, will present their first joint project, Left to Tell, on 17 and 18 February 2018 in different formats live on stage at Volkbühne, Berlin, and online. Read more here.