The title translates to Seven Fell to the Sky, and it umbrellas several sub-parts to the show that imagine themselves as museums or parts of museums. It resonates with the complex binary phrases presented in the press release as underpinning the work, such as “the completely hi-tech and dehumanised future and the return to delirious and unrestrained archaism”.
The London-based artist’s work for this coming show will be made in situ in the run up to its opening night. It will all be on paper, presented as “elaborate collages” of extensive image-based material he has collected.
Gasser has recently shown in group exhibitions, Natural Instincts at Espace Arlaud, at Glasgow International, and National Gallery 2: Empire at London’s Chewday’s, which took place across earlier this year.
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