INSIDER, Sidsel Meineche Hansen

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Opening Wednesday 15 October 6.30-9pm
Exhibition continues until 16 November 2014

INSIDER brings together a new body of work reflecting on self-destruction and mutation. Using violence and tenderness as a strategy, the show extends Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s ongoing work on nervousness, approaching psychopharmaceuticals as an internalised, institutional structure.

List of works:
Proud to be your own boss, proud to be busy, 7.5 m2 room
Seroquel®, HD video and CGI animation, 8 mins
Insider – remake of Sindhu, a sculpture by Danish artist Ovartaci (1929-1985)

Wood cuts on paper, from left to right:
Toxic Institution (1-5)
4ever mortgage
Torture me so I can learn
OCD.CBT.OD
Transdead
Cmd
iheal
Ryanair ownership

All works, 2014

With a closing event co-presented with If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam)
Saturday 15th November 4-6pm

Sidsel Meineche Hansen’s practice explores nervousness as a form of institutional critique. Her work manifest as exhibitions, publications, and as an ongoing series of cross disciplinary seminars. Resent exhibitions include: INSIDER, Cubitt London, Je suis feministe, 212016, London, Schitzo Culture: Cracks in the Street (all 2014). Upcoming seminars: This is not a Symptom, South London Gallery (2014-ongoing).

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INSIDER exhibition installation views. Photography by Mark Blower.

 

Cubitt Gallery is part of an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. We promote innovative curatorial practice with an 18-month Bursary, supporting curators at the beginning of their careers.

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