Paul Kneale is presenting solo exhibition monet’s garden, zuckerberg’s firewall at London’s ANDOR gallery, opening March 14 and running to May 3.
Expressing a contemporary limbo between modes of art production, the show explores a “temporary architecture of subjectivity” as constructed by the artist trapped in a purgatory between the “pictorialism of the pre-modern past” and a world of immateriality still fixated on the physical.
Transposing digital language to low-grade, archaic and tactile modes of print and production -across photocopy toner, spray paint, newsprint, plasterboard, painter’s dust sheets -Kneale attempts to express its inadequacy at this crossroads of the “self-in-transmission”.
Read an interview with Paul Kneale and see the ANDOR website for details. **