Artist Morag Keil opens up her solo exhibition L.I.B.E.R.T.Y. at London’s Project Native Informant, running from September 3 to October 4.
Though little is known about the upcoming show, if it’s anything like Keil’s exhibition Potpourri at London’s Cubitt Gallery last year, which consisted of a single video set up on a dated black Dell PC, or her show at Life earlier this year, whose press release was simply a video of disembodied hands painting torsos, it’ll be striking in its simplicity.
Addressing the imagined freedoms of online living and of capitalism at large, Keil’s multi-media works (using everything from compasses and cable wiring to video works and traditional canvas paintings) explore the strain of human existence and the paradoxes that define it.
See the Project Native Informant website for details. **
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