The title reveals a lot about the show, though perhaps not in the way one would presume. There are panoramic paintings of a city, sure, but what city they depict is unclear and they remain intentionally generic. Beside the photographs is a sculptural work: 3 blenders loaded with yogurt, each pigmented a different shade of blue, slowly spin in circles, set to the rotation of a clock, or to that of the world. They are simply called ‘The World Keeps On Turning’.
Running along the big widows of the gallery is a curtain onto which a large-scale photograph is screenprinted. The photograph, too, depicts a view from inside a window looking out, but the views are replaced; this one is from a Berlin spätkauf, adorned with stickers advertising energy drinks. The exhibition gives views of the city, but which city it is, and which view, remains the exercise.
See the Sandy Brown website for (minimal) details. **