Murray Guy Gallery will be presenting an exhibition (A form is simply something which allows something else to be transported from one site to another) comprised of works and performances by artists Leonor Antunes, Gregg Bordowitz, Joachim Koester, Ulrike Müller, Hannah Rickards, John Smith, Sergei Tcherepnin, and Emily Wardill.
"This exhibition is conceived as a prompt for asking how artworks might deploy and multiply uncertainties, compelling viewers to look closely at the forces they collect, the displacements they enact, and the associations they draw. But in contrast to any “deconstructive mood” or an idealized version of “not-knowing,” the uncertainty produced by the assembled artworks and events could be said to correspond directly with a “continuous and obsessive attention,” one that circulates widely, following connections wherever they may lead. Many of the works in the exhibition ask the viewer to consider what types of knowledges—e.g. historical, scientific, technical, aesthetic—might be brought to bear on them, while others—like the “sociologist of associations” who must self-reflexively track his or her own moves while compiling an account—demand that the viewer consider the uncertainties, capacities, and boundaries of human perception." - Murray Guy Gallery
Be sure to make some time in your schedules for the following events:
Thursday, 7 July, 7:00pm: Performance/talk by Gregg Bordowitz, “Testing Some Beliefs”
Thursday, 21 July, 7:00pm: Film screening, John Smith, “Slow Glass” “Lost Sound”
Friday, 5 August, 7:00pm: Performance/installation by Sergei Tcherepnin
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