Jean-Michel Wicker @ Sandy Brown, May 30 – Jun 13

, 2 June 2015

Jean-Michel Wicker‘s solo show e industrial has returned for another round at Sandy Brown, having opened at the Berlin space on May 30 and running until June 13.

Wicker’s solo exhibition already made its debut at London’s Cubitt last summer as the first solo UK exhibition for the Berlin-based artist and marks Wicker’s move away—or perhaps alongside, more accurately—the world of production, having worked in publishing and typography since the early 90s.

In describing writing as a “poor substitute for the joy and the agony of love”, e industrial introduces itself as a “meditation on human-machine reconfigurations, inflation and desire” inspired by the Italian Situationist Giuseppe Pinot-Gallizio and his approach to mass-production and collapse.

See the Sandy Brown website for (minimal) details. **