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ASSUNTA ABDEL AZIM MOHAMED
Sep 16 - Oct 14, 2017
Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed's powerful drawings are at once a satire of her generation in Vienna (she was born in 1993) and a deeper study of the human condition, a painful moral comedy, with death as a recurring subject. They are dense with incident and dense with allusion: to music, film, literature and art – as well as to anatomy and medicine. Baroque and Symbolist imagery combine with contemporary references. All this, alongside a Viennese knowledge of western and eastern European genres, gives her analysis of life breadth and acuteness.
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Click to enlargeLOUISA FAIRCLOUGH: A SONG CYCLE FOR THE RUINS OF A PSYCHIATRIC UNIT
Nov 11 - Dec 9, 2017
'A Song Cycle for the Ruins of a Psychiatric Unit' is Louisa Fairclough’s third exhibition at Danielle Arnaud Gallery. It features a new expanded film installation and audio work, and takes the remains of a psychiatric hospital on the edge of a city as a simulacrum for psychic ruin.
 
Fairclough worked with composer Richard Glover to devise a series of compositions for voice and tape loop that were performed by singer Samuel Middleton and musician George McKenzie. Each piece was recorded as a ritual for one of the rooms at the former-hospital.
 
An accompanying essay by Al Cameron will be available as part of the exhibition.
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