Higher Pictures latest exhibition, The New Beauty of Our Modern Life, curated by Kate Steciw, highlights the importance of potential. Everything is information, everything is material, and everything is up for grabs. Focusing on the flexible nature of images and material, the exhibition looks at a world over-saturated with information, and how artists configure the existing information to reveal aesthetic horizons. Artist include Sara Cwynar, Alex Da Corte, Rachel de Joode, Ethan Greenbaum, Asha Schechter, Kate Steciw, Yannick Val Gesto and Harm Van Den Dorpel.
Open until March 1st at Higher Pictures Gallery.
The New Beauty of Our Modern Life installation view, 2014.
Ethan Greenbaum, Topping, 2013. Direct to substrate print on vacuum formed plastic.
Sara Cwynar, 1. Our Natural World (Books 1) 2. Man and Space (Books 2), 2013.
Rachel De Joode, Tears, 2013. Photo rag fine art prints, mounted on Hydrocal Plaster with a matte crystal-clear archival finish, plexiglass holders on wooden pedestals.
Asha Schechter, Picture 089 (Taco, Icepop, Banana, Windows 8, Sculpted Dummy, Teddy Bear,
Painters Tape, Blue and White Chevron by the RBD Designers), 2013.
Yannick Val Gesto, 1. u n mi 4 ever 2. purified fish oil 3. daddy feels
2013. Print on transparent plexiglass.
Alex Da Corte, Metamorphosis II (Anselmo Salad), 2014. Mirror, VCT tile, lettuce, sand, ashesive