The South London artist group and project space welcomes the UK artist and her new body of work, which considers “spaces of economic speculation and investment on both global and individual bases”, and how the architecture of speculation, and the presence of hope, can impact the frameworks around us.
The exhibition, running concurrently with Yuile’s group show Business as Usual at Turf and her two-artist show Co-Pourri with Leslie Kulesh at Caustic Coastal, includes a new video work as well as a series of sculptures that examine the relationship between systemic global conditions and networks and the local, domestic sphere. Yuile will also deliver a presentation about her research and some of the questions the exhibition raises with a special guest speaker on July 18.
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