With both artists work across a variety of media, London-based Yuile uses performance, sculpture and video to explore issues of class and the in-betweens of certain dichotomies, such as “the natural and the synthetic; interiority and exteriority; the permanent and the perishable; the wholesome and the polluted.” She recently exhibited World Interiors (2016) at Glasgow’s Savoy Centre and The Capital (2015) at London’s Vulpes Vulpes.
London-based Jenner works with installation and wall-based arrangements that are often grounded in the studio. He also uses drawing, collage, painting, ephemera and sound to explore “a problematic relationship between authorship and spectatorship, image and agency.” He recently exhibited Amass A Mass (2016) at Norway’s Bergen Kunsthall.
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