Alice Anderson, Alex Flick, Piers Jackson, Stacie McCornick, Mike Osterhout, Yukako Shibata, Philippe Vandenberg, Nick Waplington, David Zink Yi
Curated by Rowena Chiu
10th – 24th February 2017
Beyond explores the notion of utterance – the unofficial verbal expressions that lie between constructed speech. Drawing parallels between the subconscious verbal and visual acts, the exhibition playfully pairs artworks with examples of utterance such as the inhale, murmur and stammer in an attempt to explore what may exist between consciousness.
Alice Anderson (b. 1972, London) lives and works in London. She studied at L’École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris and Goldsmiths College, London. Recent solo projects include a permanent commission at the Eiffel Historical Building, Paris, 2016; exhibitions at Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, Paris, 2015; Wellcome Collection, London, 2014 and the Freud Museum, London, 2013. Group exhibitions include ‘Traces’ at Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing, 2016; ‘Nomadic Nights’ at Foundation Cartier, Paris, 2011 and ‘Elles@CentrePompidou’, Paris, 2010.
Alex Flick (b. 1986, Bern) lives and works in London. He has a BFA from New York University, majoring in Film and Philosophy and a post-graduate diploma in 4D Fine Art from the Hochschule der Künste, Zurich. His work has been exhibited in a solo exhibition at UNIT9, London, 2016 and group exhibition ‘where is my mind’ at KUNSTRegensburg, 2015.
Piers Jackson (b. 1970, Jamaica) lives and works in London. Solo exhibitions include Serena Morton Gallery, London, 2015; T1+2, London, 2008 and Eyestorm, London, 2005. Jackson will have a solo exhibition at Amar Gallery, London, in March 2017.
Stacie McCormick (b. 1962, Los Angeles) completed her BFA at the University of Alabama and MFA at City and Guilds, London. Recent exhibitions include a 2-man show with Jelena Bulajic at Unit 1 Gallery/Workshop, London, 2016 and group shows ‘Drive Thru’, Cavendish Square, London, 2016 and ‘Big Deal No. 7 – Space’, 39-41 Whitecomb Street, London, 2016. Curatorial projects include ‘Home Where Art Is’, Charleston, South Carolina, 2009-2014.
Mike Osterhout (b. 1952, Montgomery NY) completed his MFA at San Francisco Art Institute and Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley CA, earning a CTS in 1983. He participated in group show ‘Choices’ at the New Museum, NY, 1986 and founded gallery MO David in the East Village between 1982-1986. He is currently founder of The Church of the Little Green Man and The Old School (and Shul) for Social Sculpture in Sullivan County, NY. Recent projects include ‘Immersing the planet in the mikvah’, a 2-man show with Terrence Koh, NY, 2016. Osterhout has started an open-ended work titled ‘Sell to the Rich, Give to the Poor’ where any resident of Sullivan County, NY, who can prove that they are below the poverty line may be given a major work by the artist with no strings attached.
Philippe Vandenberg (b. Ghent, 1952-2009) began his studies in literature and art history before graduating from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium in 1976. After several exhibitions in Europe, Vandenberg exhibited for the first time in New York in 1986, when the Guggenheim acquired one of his paintings for its collection. Solo exhibitions that followed include the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent (now S.M.A.K.), 1995; MuHKA (Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst in Antwerp), 1999 and Musée Rimbaud in Charleville-Mézières, France, 2006. The De Pont Museum in Tilburg and Maison Rouge in Paris showed works by Vandenberg in dialogue with Berlinde De Bruyckere in 2012 and 2014 respectively. Recent solo exhibitions include Drawing Room, London, 2016 and Hauser & Wirth, Zurich, 2014.
Nick Waplington (b. 1965, Yemen) lives and works in London and New York. He has published a number of photobooks which include ‘Alexander McQueen: Working Process’, 2013, ‘Safety in Numbers’, 1996 and ‘Living Room’, 1991. Solo exhibitions include Tate Britain, London, 2015; Little Big Man Gallery, Los Angeles, 2014 and the Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2007. Group exhibitions include La Biennale di Venezia – 49th International Art Exhibition, 2001 and ‘This Place – Artists look at Israel and Palestine’, The Brooklyn Museum, 2015. Waplington received an ICP Infinity award in 1993 and his works can be found in the Guggenheim, MoMA, V&A and Government Art Collections.
David Zink Yi (b. 1973, Lima) lives and works in Berlin. He studied at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and the University of the Arts in Berlin. Solo exhibitions include Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown MA, 2016; Kunstverein Braunschweig, 2013; MALI Museo de Arte de Lima, 2012; Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2012 and Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis MN, 2011. Group exhibitions include ‘El Atlas del Imperio’, the Latin Pavilion’s presentation for the 55th Biennale di Venezia, Venice, 2013; ‘No Lone Zone’, Tate Modern, London, 2012 and the 10th Bienal de La Habana, Havana, 2010.