Nick Crowe/Ian Rawlinson
Langlands and Bell
Uniting 22 international artists, the exhibition examines the significance of the 'double' or 'doubling' in contemporary art practice. Participating artists include Richard Artschwager, Glen Baxter, Angela Bulloch, Claude Closky, Nick Crowe/Ian Rawlinson, Grenville Davey, Jane Harris, Mona Hatoum.... Curated by Jane Harris
A John Hansard Gallery exhibition curated by Jane Harris
Uniting 22 international artists, the exhibition examines the significance of the â€˜doubleâ€™ or â€˜doublingâ€™ in contemporary art practice. By presenting objects, paintings, videos, drawings and photographs, each comprising two similar and sometimes identical parts or halves relying on the other to make the whole, the exhibition also scrutinises the physical and psychological interaction between artist and viewer.
Participating artists include Richard Artschwager, Glen Baxter, Angela Bulloch, Claude Closky, Nick Crowe/Ian Rawlinson, Grenville Davey, Jane Harris, Mona Hatoum, Tim Head, Gerard Hemsworth, Richard Kirwan, Jiri Kratochvil, Langlands and Bell, Kenny Macleod, Bruce Nauman, Ana Prada, James Rielly, Hideyuki Sawayanagi, Bridget Smith, Rosemarie Trockel, Mette Tronvoll and Mandy Ure.
10 October, 7.30 pm
Once Again Curator and participating Artist, Jane Harris, will lead a tour of her exhibition and discuss the ideas behind it. Talk in association with Gallery Go.
BSL interpretation of this talk is available upon request.
For details, please contact Programme Assistant, Ronda Gowland on: +44 (0)23 8059 2160, or by email
John Hansard Gallery
University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ
Image: Mona Hatoum, detail of Documenta 11 installation
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