A Small Forest - Kunsthalle New - Chicago

Past 16th July, Kunsthalle New in Chicago presented the -one night only- exhibition 'A Small Forest', a presentation curated by Bea Fremderman and Nicholas O' Brien. It included the work of artists Michael Manning, Camilla Padgitt-Coles, Kate Steciw, and myself. The exhibition focused on "delicate landscapes developed and appropriated by artists that have been found and manipulated within the space of the screen..."

"The exhibition's premise is wonderfully illustrated by Michiel van der Zanden’s Painting LargeFlatMap100. This brings up issues of relationality, being, and, of course, aesthetics. At once a joke, a provocation and a mediation, van der Zanden’s piece explores spatiality and visual relations within a virtual world. Make sure to watch until the end and you’ll be rewarded with cacophony." Joel Kuennen - ArtSlant

For more information and images, check www.kunsthallenew.com (Exhibitions -> Past-> A Small Forest)

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