London gallery Carroll / Fletcher is presenting The Uneventful Day group exhibition, featuring artists Jim Woodall, Alexander Page and Luke Burton, opening November 27 and running to December 21.
The three artists investigate the relationship with landscape and architecture and their role in shaping memory and temperament, social and political networks, through sculptural installation, photography, video and illustration. In setting the natural against the urban environment and exploring their effects and outcomes, it makes you wonder, with all this focus on the impact on the online interface, whether we haven’t skipped a step or two.
See the Carroll / Fletcher website for more details. **
Header image: Alexander Page, ‘Wherethrough gleams that untravelled world’ (2013).
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