BY SARA DARLING
Head to Regents Place in central London to catch ‘Sisyphus in Retrograde’ a showcase of five contemporary artists.
Exploring themes around the relationship between technology and the environment, the exhibition poses questions about the impact of human behaviour.
Featuring a range of art from ADELINE DE MONSEIGNAT who explores the way inanimate objects trigger emotional responses and alter the psychology of built environments
HARRISON PEARCE whose installations evoke a metaphorical relationship to familial and societal structures
EVY JOKHOVA who explores the invention of tradition, memory, personal histories and relationships through film
SOL BAILEY-BARKER whose kinetic and sonic-sculptures reference a lineage of sacred objects dating from the neolithic axe to contemporary machines
NISSA NISHIKAWA whose work involves movement and ritual using glass and ceramic objects to reflect the current crisis in ecology and community
Regent’s Place is dedicated to offering an ongoing programme of accessible art to its local community.
Regent’s Place, 17-19 Triton Street, London
For future shows check out http://www.regentsplace.com/
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