Glasgow International 2020

Will Kendrick

Will Kendrick (b. 1983 in Blackpool, UK) lives and works in London, UK.

The work sands down the rubbing spots between planes of existence: real:virtual:botanical:human. Screen-lives buffer as ancient artefacts are re-branded for mass consumption. Sci-fi psychedelia assert parity while hierarchies bleed out in numerical free-fall. Revolution creeps on crepe soles, holding something that is half light-saber, half spirit-level – in a holding space for those who shuttle between worlds.

Solo shows include: Am I Even Here, Arebyte Gallery, London, UK (2017); I’ll See You In Another Life Brother, Serf, Leeds, UK (2016). I’ve Never Been There But I Know What It Looks Like, Sandnes Kommune Galleri, Norway (2016); Your Life is Yours to Consume, Supercollider, Blackpool, UK (2015), They Say Dreaming is Dead, The Mclellan Galleries, Glasgow (2015); Only the Statues Remain, The Roman Baths, Bath, UK (2015), MMORPG, Spike Island Test Space, Bristol UK (2014)

Group exhibitions include: Choice of a New Generation, Isthisit?, London, UK (2017); Touching Not Touching, OVADA, Oxford, UK (2017); Splintered Binary, Gossamer Fog, London, UK (2017), Feeling in The Eyes, Tenderpixel, London, UK (2016); Sell Out, Sieze Projects, STCFTHOTS, Leeds UK (2016); On the Edge Of a Continent, Glasgow International, Glasgow UK (2016)

For more information visit: http://willkendrick.co.uk/

Will Kendrick, Joey Holder, Lewk Wilmshurst, Eva Papamargariti, Christopher MacInnes, Samuel Capps, Diane Edwards, Ben Skea, and Andrew Sunderland

Second Nature

Exhibition

Home-Platform and Gossamer Fog collaborate curatorially to present an extensive group show, Second Nature.  Home-Platform is a nomadic curatorial research unit exhibiting the work of emerging artists and Gossamer Fog is a London based, artist-run  gallery focused on technology orientated UK based artists.  Second Nature is a conceptually focused group show exploring notions of hybrid realities, synthetic biologies and ungrounded perceptions in a post-natural world.

Supported by Glasgow International.

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Thu, 11am-6pm
Fri – Sat, 11am-7pm
Sun, 11am-6pm

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