Patrick Goddard is presenting solo exhibition Looking for the Ocean Estate at London’s Almanac Projects, opening November 12 and running to December 10.
The London-based artist will show a new 35-minute looping video work, as well as some sculptures and paintings, in a wry look at gentrification, aesthetics and the fetishisation of urban decay. There is also a text written by Naomi Pearce.
Goddard recently participated in the Matt’s Gallery Blackrock Residency program (2016) in Gloucestershire and presented solo exhibition Gone to Croatan (2015) at Norwich’s Outpost Gallery.
See the Almanac Projects website for details.**
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