Will Kendrick

The power of the meme in isthisit?’s magazine launch group show The Choice of a New Generation at The Muse, Aug 8 – 13

7 August 2017

Untitled and isthisit? present The Choice of a New Generation group exhibition at London’s The Muse Gallery, opening August 8 and running to August 13.

Part of isthisit? issue 2 magazine launch, and curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight for Untitled’s fourteenth event (ed’s note: programmed by Jonny Tanna), both look at “the power of the meme, it’s rise in contemporary culture and the widespread appropriation of images and videos being utilised, both in memes and artworks.” The exhibition features work by 18 artists, including Bora AkinciturkAnne de Boer, Joey HolderWill Kendrick and Yorkson, among others.

The publication — which includes artworks, essays, interviews and a podcast — features over 50 artists, including Ed FornielesBurkut KumCharles RichardsonSophie RogersPippa Eason, Rosie Back, Natalie Lambert and more.

Visit the FB event page for details.**

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“Copper cables clogged like fatty arteries”: Splintered Binary opens at Gossamer Fog, Mar 31 – Apr 30

30 March 2017

The Splintered Binary group exhibition at London’s Gossamer Fog opens March 31 and is running to April 30. The opening features as part of South London Art Map’s monthly ‘Last Fridays’ and includes work by Anne de Boer, Elliot Dodd, Henry Driver, Gibson/Martelli, Will Kendrick, Charley Peters and Caspar Sawyer.

The show’s title, Splintered Binary, is an oxymoron that points to a state of degraded data that is impossible to exist. As the show boots up it will go in search of and attempt to locate the corrupted essence of data and the realm where it may exist. See the press release below for more detail.



Splintered Binary (2017). Press release. Courtesy Gossamer Fog, London.



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Feeling In The Eyes (2016) @ Tenderpixel exhibition photos

31 August 2016
Seth Price, 'Feeling In The Eyes' (2002). Install view. Photo by Original&theCopy. Courtesy the artist, Petzel Gallery, NY, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin + Tenderpixel, London.
Seth Price, ‘Feeling In The Eyes’ (2002). Install view. Photo by Original&theCopy. Courtesy the artist, Petzel Gallery, NY, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin + Tenderpixel, London.

The Feeling in The Eyes group exhibition at London’s Tenderpixel ran from February 5 until March 19, 2016, exploring the ever evolving notion of materiality in the context of our accelerated present, specifically through the post-internet condition.

The multi-media show spanning video, sound and sculpture, featured works by Nina Beier, David Ferrando Giraut, Will Kendrick, Seth Price and Rustan Söderling.

Departing from the idea of the Internet environment as a material which is fluid, plastic —a distributed, dislocated entity within multiple temporalities, the works in the exhibition explore the notion of materiality as something that is ever changing, endlessly reconfigured in this free flowing zone of re-negotiation. The impact of objects in these terms is not only sociological, but economical, political, existential, psychological, epistemological: it is total —beyond a label which is meant to mark a certain, already passed, historical-cultural moment.**

The Feeling in The Eyes group exhibition was on at London’s Tenderpixel, running February 5 to March 19, 2016.

Header image: Rustan Söderling, ‘Fire Gazing’ (2016). Video still. Courtesy of the artist and Tenderpixel, London.

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