The A Sieve Itself May Sieve group exhibition is on at Paris’ Shanaynay, opening July 30 and running to August 20.
Featuring work by Kelly Akashi, Talia Chetrit, William King, and Tori Wrånes, the show’s press release comes with a heavily allusive text referring to the sieve as both functional tool, and metaphor for the paradox of the disembodied space and dispersed networked environments: “…a device which concurrently isolates and integrates that which it sieves”.
Of those involved, the Norwegian Wrånes works with sculpture and performance, presenting a solo exhibition called Drastic Pantsat London’s Carl Freedman Gallery earlier this year.
Of the artists mentioned, Syms currently has an exhibition running at London’s ICA called Fact & Trouble, and Lonergan recently took part in the recently closed default group exhibition at LA’s Honor Fraser. Performance artist Linder took part in Frieze 2014, artist-designer duo Eckhaus Latta presented as part of this year’s Paramount Ranch and K-HOLE member Yago presented work at London’s Cell Project Space for the Columbidae group exhibition earlier this year.