Transforming the gallery space through moving imagery, sculptural installation and electronic sound, Haroon Mirza: reality is somehow what we expect it to be at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, demonstrates a powerful interplay between light, space and audio.
Pushing past categorisation, the works are immersive, experimental and all-encompassing, exploring the limits of human perception.
The show runs 30 November-24 February. Find out more here.
1. Haroon Mirza, The National Apavilion of Then and Now, 2011. Installation view at Venice Biennale 2011. Courtesy hrm199 and Lisson Gallery. Photographer Kiki Triantafyllou.
2. Haroon Mirza: Dancing with the Unknown, installationsview, Nikolaj Kunsthal, 2018. Foto: Nikolaj Kunsthal