Suspension Painting, 2019
Gregory Hodge's large-scale installation Suspension Painting incorporates a number of elements and motifs that Hodge has used in previous paintings, bringing them into a three-dimensional space. Large painted cut-outs on aluminium composite panel of gestural marks, folded drapery, painted textiles and sculptural geological forms are clustered together, suspended from the ceiling, appearing to hover in space. Suspension Painting will be located near the entrance to the fair.
In the large text-based sculpture titled and forming the word Thanks, Lindeman focuses on the repackaging of bad debt. Crafted from clear vinyl material hand cut into a disquieting, deflating three-dimensional font, the sculpture is filled with crumpled copies of rejection letters that Lindeman has collected for the past 20 years.
Winners are Grinners, 2018
Alex Seton's carved marble skull, Winners are Grinners is concerned with how we chose to deal with legacy. Despite living with the vast inheritance of 20th century ideas purported by philosophers, thinkers, politicians, dictators and influencers, it is we the living who get to decide the values we filter, represent and pass to the next generation.