None of the Above: An Exhibition
‘None Of The Above’ is a new artist-led publication based in London reflecting on the contemporary condition of photography. Deliberately occupying a space between art object, magazine and a constantly refreshing source of ideas, the publication is an unbound collection of works. Each issue is presented in an envelope and contains original artworks, texts and critical writing including a contribution from a renowned guest.
With ‘None Of The Above: An Exhibition’ we aim to provide an immersive experience of the content of this publication. Showcasing works from international artists and offering a platform for a dialogue between different practices and reflections upon the image in a post-photographic world. Works presented in this exhibition aim to convey in space new forms of photographic expression and go beyond the categories photography has traditionally been confined to. This contemporary exploration of the possibilities of the image leans on a wide range of media encompassing but not limited to sculpture, video, performance, installation, and post-internet art.
These works ensue from questions in relation to photography, such as the possible visual treatment of meetings in non-physical spaces with Pearlie Frisch’s Presence in Space (2015), Juan Covelli’s sculptural exploration of the selfie trope, and Celia Hay’s use of systematic walk and wandering as a performative process of making images in Obake (2015).
‘None Of The Above: An Exhibition’ looks at the breadth of the photographic spectrum, propagating and disseminating new perspectives in our digital and post-digital age.
The artists exhibiting:
William Henry Carter
Berta de la Rosa
Maria de la O Garrido
Video pieces include: