Sequenced problems on contemporary art.

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Abstract

Gustavo Artigas (Mexico), Lottie Child (UK), Marc Herbst (US), Tushar Joag (India), Jakob Kolding (Denmark), Kasia Krakowiak (Poland), George Henry Longly (UK), Marta Marcé (UK/Spain), Nils Norman (UK), Dan Shipsides (UK).Games & Theory brings together the work of international contemporary artists who share interests in play, sports and gaming. With works shown in, on and around Nils Norman's play architecture, viewers are encouraged to become active participants in the exhibition and climb, crawl and experience the gallery in new ways. Taking its cue from Situationist ideologies, Games & Theory explores the radical potential of play as a form of resistance and expression of freedom.Dan Shipsides’s free-climbing performances turn buildings into rock faces, demonstrating a physical engagement with our surroundings.
LanguageEnglish
Size8
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jul 2008
EventGames & Theory - South London Gallery
Duration: 11 Jul 2008 → …

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