PART 3- ReCreation
Artists: Miri Segal, Gazira Babeli, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Helen Carmel Benigson
Curator: Philippa Found, ROLLO Contemporary Art
27th November 2011 – 6th January 2012 New Hall Art Collection, Cambridge
20th January – 2nd March 2012 ROLLO Contemporary Art, London
“Compelling”, “Art-History in the making” (TCS)
“It is Impossible not to get excited by this exhibition” (TCS)
“Not to be missed” (Posterous),
The Body in Women’s Art Now: Part 3-ReCreation, curated by ROLLO Contemporary Art Director Philippa Found, explores the shifting experience and status of the female body in relationship to new technologies and cyber worlds.
The third instalment of the critically acclaimed exhibition series brings together video and performance-video works by some of today’s most cutting edge artists, who by using new technologies and utilizing the internet as a source material in their art – using sites such as Second Life, Google, Twitter and Facebook – create artworks that comment upon the shifting status of the body in a technologically driven world.
To date the exhibition series has included works by internationally acclaimed artists – Tracey Emin, Cecily Brown, Nathalie Djurberg, Sigalit Landau, Regina Jose Galindo – alongside young up and coming artists – Sarah Lederman and Helen Carmel Benigson – who have both been tipped as Artists To Watch in national press. The Body in Women’s Art Now Part 3 propels the exhibition series into the future showing cutting edge works by Miri Segal, Gazira Babeli, Anne-Marie Schleiner and Helen Carmel Benigson.
Please see the attached press release for further details
For further details about the exhibition, for images or to arrange interviews please contact Emily Johnson, ROLLO Contemporary Art on +44 (0)207 580 0020 or firstname.lastname@example.org