Emily Jones is presenting solo exhibition Echolocation at Turin’s Almanac, opening October 27 and running to December 10.
The show is the first one in Almanac’s second space in the Italian city, and will include a text by Caspar Heinemann. The press release reveals little about the London-based artists’ new project — who’s work within flattened taxonomies, algorithms and systems was explored in a thoughtful review of her The Hudson River exhibition at London’s Lima Zulu in 2014 — but typically includes an assortment of words that immerse us in what feels like a Google search.
It moves between content and a level of emotional impact:
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