5 February 2013

at studio1.1, London

set up from 10 am, show opens 2pm, PV 6pm

 

KERAN JAMES     |    STEPHANIE MORAN    |    MARCUS COPE      |      ALEX BOWEN
GEORGINA CORRIE        |        PETER SEEWASSER        |        LUDMILLA ANDREWS
SIAN-KATE MOONEY   |   KATE LYDDON   |   TOMMY SEAWARD   |   MARK WOODS
JACK CATLING   |   HEDLEY ROBERTS    |   RAY OKUNUBI    |   SIMON LIDDIMENT
DANIEL DEVLIN    |    JOHN STEPHENS    |   CEDRIC CHRISTIE    |    JANKO MATIC
PETER JONES    |    HERZOG DELLAFIORE   
Susak. 27 May to 2 June 2014

Opening: Saturday 31 May to Sunday 1 June

 

Artists: Georgina Corrie • Keran James • Cedric Christie • Janko Matic

Paul Sakoilsky • Petra Varl • Peter Seewasser • Alistair Gentry

Daniel Devlin • Herzog Dellafiore

5 February 2013

at studio1.1, London

set up from 10 am, show opens 2pm, PV 6pm

 

KERAN JAMES     |    STEPHANIE MORAN    |    MARCUS COPE      |      ALEX BOWEN
GEORGINA CORRIE        |        PETER SEEWASSER        |        LUDMILLA ANDREWS
SIAN-KATE MOONEY   |   KATE LYDDON   |   TOMMY SEAWARD   |   MARK WOODS
JACK CATLING   |   HEDLEY ROBERTS    |   RAY OKUNUBI    |   SIMON LIDDIMENT
DANIEL DEVLIN    |    JOHN STEPHENS    |   CEDRIC CHRISTIE    |    JANKO MATIC
PETER JONES    |    HERZOG DELLAFIORE   
12-13 November 2012

12 noon to 6 pm | PV on Tuesday 13 Nov at 6 pm at studio1.1 [LONDON]

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curated by KERAN JAMES & HERZOG DELLAFIORE

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PETRA VARL | JANKO MATIC | KERAN JAMES | LUDMILLA ANDREWS

WILLIAM MACKRELL | SIAN-KATE MOONEY | ROBERT & SIMON LIDDIMENT

BRIAN CHALKLEY | HERMANN FINK & KURT-MICHAEL  WESTERMAN

PETER SEEWASSER | KATE LYDDON | DAVID BROCK | DANIEL DEVLIN

AYA FUKAMI | JOHN STEPHENS | HEDLEY ROBERTS | CEDRIC CHRISTIE

 

July 2012

Devlin habitually avoids making any art, preferring rather to languish in the Ur stages of the art process. He frets not about what artwork he will make but rather indulges himself in neurotic self-analysis about what art itself is.

 

Devlin is a self-confessed cynic. His videos are full of references to belief, and more specifically his inability to believe in himself as an artist or really to believe in art. He suggests that if he might only pretend to act like an artist, he might successfully pull off the illusion of being, or at least feeling, like an artist. In his work, Devlin conceives of a seductive and plausible decoy to deflect the attention of the audience away from the gaping absence of his own work.