The Colony by Dinh Q. Lê, an Artangel Commission
Contrasting the sublime natural landscape with the seemingly everlasting human world of greed and desire makes The Colony a powerfully unsettling and captivating short story about colonialism and its legacy
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Oppenheim delves into the history of photography and redefines its laws of materiality using new technologies.
Austin creates stunning sculptural objects that possess an enchanting and impending presence, whilst also retaining a peaceful quality in their idle state.
Nyandoro has developed a unique technique called ‘Kucheka cheka’ to create his large works that spill out of their two-dimensional frame and into installations on the floor around them.
Daniel Keller perfectly represents the term ‘post-internet art’, and whilst his work has been gaining increasing prominence across German speaking Europe, he remains almost unknown in the UK.
McLuckie is creating a new story for the craft of beading whilst also developing his own practice.