Buckley makes work by taking influence from daily life, societal horrors and mainstream media, and is heavily influenced by theories on post-colonialism and narratives from the Science Fiction genre.
For The Demon of Regret the Leeds-born, New York-based artist and curator, who is currently in residence at ISCP, has made an immersive installation with a bright red floor comprised of large drawings, a video and some wall-mounted relief sculptures called My Clone Sons depicting curators and auctioneers based on characters created in Buckley’s previous work.
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