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Fig-2: The White Review at the ICA

As part of fig-2 at the ICA, The White Review presents a week-long exhibition featuring Patrick Goddard, Linder, Izzy McEvoy and a collaboration between Patrick Langley, Stuart Middleton and Richard Sides.

 

Please join us for the private view on Monday 13 April, from 6pm to 8pm at the ICA Studio. There will be drinks.

 

PATRICK GODDARD, an artist and writer working in East London, presents a new film created for the exhibition. Recent works have taken the form of videos, books, performances and sculpture; all with an emphasis on poetry, observational anecdotes or research-led articles.

 

LINDER is among the most controversial, confrontational British artists of the past fifty years. Having first come to fame with her iconic cover for the 1977 Buzzcocks album ‘Orgasm Addict’, Linder has continued to work in music, performance, publishing and film. This exhibition presents a series of her collages, on loan from Stuart Shave Modern Art.

 

IZZY McEVOY makes video, sculpture and animation. Her work manifests as fragments that slip between virtual computer generated material and snippets of found or made film.

 

PATRICK LANGLEY, STUART MIDDLETON and RICHARD SIDES present a new work that takes the 1976 film ‘Network’ as the starting point for a discourse on contemporary media theory, incorporating text, moving image and sound.

 

fig-2 is a year-long programme of exhibitions and events hosted by the ICA. We are grateful to Fatos Ustek and Jessica Temple for the invitation to participate.


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