Dates: 19 April – 7 October 2018
Space: Gallery 1
Cellular World was part of the Glasgow International 2018’s Programme and hosted at GoMA. The exhibition brought together nine different internationally renowned artists to craft a dialogue of identity in the digital age. Online personas, collective consciousness, digital mediation, and the boundaries between utopian and dystopian emerged to question identity at a time of prolific social change and uncertainty, when reality can often seem more like science fiction.
Joseph Buckley:Buckley studied at Leeds College of Art and Goldsmiths, University of London, graduating in 2010 and 2013 respectively. In 2013 he moved to the United States where he graduated from Yale School of Art in 2015.
Jamie Crewe :Jamie Crewe graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2015. Their practice comprises painting, sculpture, screen-printing, video, and performance. Crewe lives and works in Glasgow.
Jesse Darling: Jesse Darling creates assemblage, drawing, and sculpture works. Darling is based in London and Berlin.
Cécile B. Evans:Evans explores technological relationships through video, sculpture, and performance. She lives and works in London and Berlin.
Lynn Hershman-Leeson:Hershman-Leeson is an American artist and filmmaker, investigating bonds between humans, technology, and surveillance through her work in photography, film, video, and performance. She lives and works in San Francisco and New York.
E. Jane: E. Jane is an American conceptual artist, sound designer, and musician. Their practice explores links between cyberspace and subjugated bodies, incorporating sound, sculpture, and textile into intstallations. They live and work in Philadelphia, PA.
Sam Keogh:Keogh’s practice centres writing and object making. Keogh lives and works in Amsterdam/London/Co. Wicklow.
Mai-Thu Perret:Mai-Thu Perret creates multidisciplinary, installation-based, and performative work that engages utopian feminist theory and 20th century avant-garde aesthetics. She lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland.
John Russell:John Russell studied at St Martin’s School of Art London (BA), Slade School of Art, and Goldsmith’s College of Art (MA). Russell lives and works in London.
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