Pilar Corrias Gallery showcases the first solo exhibition in the UK by American artist Ian Cheng. The exhibition premieres the new live simulation Emissary Forks At Perfection, the second episode in a series of works dedicated to the history of cognitive evolution, past and future. Composed of two contradictory forms, the installation presents a simulation of a darwinian playground disturbed by an atavistic human; and a deterministic story of an emissary’s emerging consciousness.
Ian Cheng, Emissary Forks At Perfection, Pilar Corrias Gallery, London
Embracing the Alternative Canvas, In Numbers: Serial Publications since 1955, ICA
In Numbers does not claim to be an exhaustive survey of serial publications since 1955, but aims to provide the contours of the genre.
Work and Play Behind the Iron Curtain, GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design
GRAD: Gallery for Russian Arts and Design is a pioneering institution bringing new insights into Russian art, design and culture. This summer GRAD presents Work and Play Behind the Iron Curtain, an exhibition examining the changing face of Soviet design from the 1917 Revolutions to Perestroika.