The more people I meet the more I like my friends
I retain the right to do whatever I want
So I’m told
The back of the neck of Grace Kelly.
You begin with the possibilities of the material
We’re just going around all day like unconscious machines, and meanwhile there’s all this rage and worry and uneasiness just building up and building up inside us
I have a beautiful cock.
No one can help me with my work. I think I do best when I am just left alone.
What do you mean? Thanks. I don’t know.
When I see a train, I want to take it in my arms
There is no device to record it
It’s been my
What would John Baldessari do?
I was always afraid this would happen someday
I put my trust in the materials that confront me, because they put me in touch with the unknown. It’s then that I begin to work… when I don’t have the comfort of sureness and certainty.
Sometimes there’s a vacuum that has to be covered.
How does one become famous?
‘‘The Scales Of Persona And Possibility’’ is a collective exhibition bringing together artists Alex Clarke (GB b.1988), Sarah Derat (FR b.1984), Fischli & Weiss (CH b.1952 & 1946-2012), Douglas Gordon (GB b.1966), Wade Guyton (US b.1972), Louis Malle (FR b.1932-1995), Adam Pendleton (US b.1984), Mitchell Syrop (US b.1953), Raymond Pettibon (US b.1957), Ariane Schick (GB b.1984) and Robert Rauschenberg (US b.1925-2008).
The show is a poetic reflexion on being at the crossroad of the known and the unknown. It investigates the place of the self as an enabler or disrupter through different frameworks and its effects on our ethos.