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    Keita Miyazaki

    Keita Miyazaki’s sculptures feature materials whose association suggests strident discord and unfamiliar visual language. Discarded car engine components are welded together and then combined with coloured origami-like folded paper and sewn felt, fashioning sculptures of contradiction and aesthetic intrigue. An element of sound inspired by the jingles found in Japanese supermarkets and metro stations is often incorporated through small speakers echoing the cacophonic persistence of city life and the banalisation of daily existence. The juxtaposing of solid and universal materials such as metal against light and fragile paper and felt, escape formal paradigms, rather evoking a sense of post-apocalyptic reconciliation.…

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    Gianna Committo

    Gianna Commito’s work references architectural archetypes and the layers of urban development patterns. She examines the organic and unpredictable aspects of the built environment and explores the subject at a scale that is both personal and engaged. Commito takes the…

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    Derek Fordjour

    Derek Fordjour (b. 1974, Memphis, USA) is a painter who depicts the codes, regalia and structures of competition and play, revealing passion and discipline — as well as style — as steps toward uplift. Attuned to the power and spectacle…

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    Carmen Neely

    Carmen Neely’s work has always been about the intricacies of transformation. The artist translates lived experience into nuanced gestures, and these gestures into myriad forms—from sculptures to laser-cut Plexiglass and textiles. Exploding over a flat white ground, her paintings play…

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    WYATT KAHN – MODERN LEGACIES OF PAINTING & SCULPTURE

    For the past ten years, Wyatt Kahn has been shaping wooden stretchers to produce canvas-covered wall reliefs that engage and indict Modernist legacies of both painting and sculpture. With each body of work, viewers have encountered shifts in scale, geometric…

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    MANI NEJAD – NEW WORKS AT PROJECTS SIXTYSEVEN

    London and Berlin based artist Mani Nejad presents a new series of delicate works weaving together various media in compositions bonded in a common language of gravity. His artworks reflect ...