Delphian Gallery presents ‘Antisocial Isolation’, a group exhibition at Saatchi Gallery, which brings together a collection of some of the most exciting early-career artists working today.
Artworks as records of history mediate the transitory space between what we experience and our shifting perceptions of those experiences. All of the works included have either been made during the current Covid19 pandemic, been made in response to it, or have developed new potential contexts when viewed from within it.
This exhibition is presented in a new liminal space which is neither isolated nor social. Embedded within each work are a myriad of shifting signifiers that are decoded afresh by each viewer, whose subjective lens endows the art with fluid meanings that are entirely unique.
The future will never be the same again. Here is now.
Private View: 4th November
Exhibition Runs: 29th October – 29th November
Address: Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4RY
Artists include: Amy Beager, Anne Rothenstein, B.D. Graft, Benjamin Murphy, Danny Romeril, Enam Gbewonyo, Eva Hu, Florence Hutchings, Galina Munroe, George Lloyd-Jones, Igor Moritz, Jeroen Cremers, Jukka Virkkunen, Kadiya Qasem, Lian Zhang, Matt Macken, Minyoung Choi, Miranda Forrester, Moley Talhaoui, Nettle Grellier, Nick JS Thompson, Rhiannon Salisbury, Rosie Gibbens, Rosie McGinn, Sam Harris, Sunyoung Hwang, Valerie Savchits.