Susan Meyer: Together, alternative view, 2008, Laser cut acrylic, H-O scale figures, wood, video and sound, dimensions variable
Susan Meyer: Together, detail #2
Susan Meyer: Vinyl, 2011, Laser cut acrylic, H-O scale figures, aluminum, 35” x 10” x 10”
Susan Meyer: Shaft, detail #3
Modern Art Oxford presents Teacher of Dance, the first major UK exhibition of the Seoul- and Berlin-based artist Haegue Yang. Yang has developed a distinctive practice of colourful and sensorial installations and sculptures that seek to occupy the spaces where public and private meet and contend with one another. Through her work, Yang discloses narratives, individual portraits and her own sentiments, reflecting the balance of research and intuitive enquiry that underlies her practice. She predominantly uses materials drawn from the domestic realm, yet employs an abstract language to free the work from any narratives that influenced her production process. (via)
Natalia Dias: Transfiguration I, 2011, porcelain, 76x30x30cm
Bethany Krull: Game, 2010, porcelain wood, Target Size; 48”H x 48”W, Hedgehoglets: 6”H x 5”W x 5”D
Bethany Krull: Space Saving Gerbil Tower, detail
Overthrown: Linda Sormin, Mine (i hear him unclip me / blood runs cold), detail, 2010–11. Glazed ceramic; souvenir kitsch; and studio remnants from Tim Berg, Gerit Grimm, Nathan Craven, Robyn Gray, and Ted Yoon. Photo by Jeff Wells.
Overthrown: Del Harrow, Wedgewood Black Hive/Hole, 2011. Slip-cast black porcelain. / Links, 2011. Earthenware, glaze, and platinum luster. / Copper Fade, 2011. Earthenware and glaze. Photo by Jeff Wells.
Arthur Gonzalez: Hobbled
Johannes Nagel: Buddha & Wolke
Johannes Nagel: Form follows function - Project, Abschluss
Georges Jeanclos: Le sacrifice d’Abraham
Georges Jeanclos: Etude 114