Andrew Sunderland‘s exhibition Muscle Memory is on at London’s ASC Gallery, opening January 18 and running March 18.
The show will deal with art and artists’ current relationship with production. The press release describes the aesthetic of what has become “strategies of replication and appropriation” as a result of the lag between the new and the desire for it.
It reads: “Content, indeed all matter, became viscous and infectious: material to mould and to reform, to produce and reproduce desire; to spread”.
For Muscle Memory, which has a private view on January 22, Sunderland will present sculpture, print, and sound. He has previously exhibited 72-hour sound piece, ‘…at the slow party copies sync towards zero’ at DRAF.
See Asc Gallery webpage for further details**
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