The exhibition will be the third at the Austrian-based extension of the artist-run space, first founded in London, and it will comprise two distinct components. In the main gallery space will be Timofeev’s site-specific installation, which —like his earlier Proxyah series of exhibitions —will most likely evolve into different iterations in the future.
Timofeev’s practice spans across vinyls, zines, cassettes, self-published graphic books and has contributed to publications like The Limited Collection and B-Pigs Berlin. He is also currently showing work in the Jupiter Woods-organised Longshore Driftgroup exhibition in Helsinki that looks at geological processes and sediment transportation, project as a bridge.
In addition to Timofeev’s solo show there will also be a film installation featuring a collaborative video work by Georgie Nettell and Morag Keilshowing called ‘The Facism of Everyday Life’.
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