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#susanhiller #alloraandcalzadilla and #laureprouvost in #speechact part of the #lissonpresents programme @lisson_gallery on through to 17th Feb. Also open tomorrow night during the opening of #antoniocalderara at #lissongallerylondon #seeyouthere 👍🏽👍🏽 #lissonpresents
#antoniocalderara opening @lisson_gallery tomorrow night! #regram @dreleventis #bethereorbesquare! #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon ✔️💯
Ryan Gander’s ‘Forces outside of you (Because you cede your life decisions and consequences to forces outside of you), 2017’, 2017, from  last year's ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery, at Store Studios, 180 The Strand
Ryan Gander’s ‘Forces outside of you (Because you cede your life decisions and consequences to forces outside of you), 2017’, 2017, from last year's ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery, at Store Studios, 180 The Strand
Ryan Gander’s ‘I be…(xix)’, 2017, from  last year's ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery, at Store Studios, 180 The Strand
Ryan Gander’s ‘I be…(xix)’, 2017, from last year's ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery, at Store Studios, 180 The Strand
I loved #carmenHerrera show @lisson_gallery 
Simple, thought provoking, and stimulating. 
#simple #thoughtprovoking #stimulatemymind #giometryline #primalcolours #exhibition #lissongallerylondon
MIG 29 Soviet Fighter Plane and Cloudes (2005) by Cory Arcangel at 180 Strand, Everything at Once presented by Lisson Gallery and Vinyl Factory .
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#londonlife #coryarcangel  #180strand  #lissongallerylondon  #designbutter #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #contemporarydesign #curating #exhibition #런던일상 #디자인버터 #contemporarydesign #designart #digitalart #curator #designexhibition #designcurator
“I like straight lines, I like angles, I like order. In this chaos that we live in, I like to put order. I guess that’s why I am a hard-edged painter, a geometric painter” -Carmen Herrera .
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#carmenherrera #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #contemporaryart #painter #geometric #art #gallery #london #vibrant #abstractions #rhythm #symmetry #sharpedges #acryliconcanvas #artforall #artlife #artlover #mustsee #artinlondon #londonart
So proud of my friend #carmenherrera who never fails to impress me with her amazing work #lissongallerylondon @the100yearsshow
Arthur Jafa, Love is the Message. The Message is Death. Best work i've seen in 2017 #lissongallerylondon #thehouseisonfire
You can get anywhere. Just beleive in fairies ✨🎉🍻#lissongallerylondon #lissongallery #magicstairs #artandlight #londonismagic
Known for her geometric lyricism and vibrant abstractions, Carmen Herrera produces dynamic compositions that convey movement and rhythm through a careful balance of lines, forms and colours. Embracing an approach that is at once meditative and reflective, daring and bold, Herrera's work evokes a simultaneous sense of instability and order, encompassing symmetry and asymmetry, shadow and light. 
Herrera's solo exhibition at @lisson_gallery in London is on view until January 13.
Installation view © Carmen Herrera. Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photo: Jack Hems.
#carmenherrera #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #painting #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #1120073
Known for her geometric lyricism and vibrant abstractions, Carmen Herrera produces dynamic compositions that convey movement and rhythm through a careful balance of lines, forms and colours. Embracing an approach that is at once meditative and reflective, daring and bold, Herrera's work evokes a simultaneous sense of instability and order, encompassing symmetry and asymmetry, shadow and light. Herrera's solo exhibition at @lisson_gallery in London is on view until January 13. Installation view © Carmen Herrera. Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photo: Jack Hems. #carmenherrera  #lissongallery  #lissongallerylondon  #painting  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #1120073 
Another life-sized sentinel created by Ryan Gander and on display as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition at Store Studios, 180 The Strand, presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. The series is Collectively titled ‘Dramaturgical frameworks for structure and stability’, in reference to Erving Goffman’s sociological approach that uses theatre to portray and evaluate social interaction, these figures also play on the notion of spectatorship, shifting the relationship between spectator and spectacle.
Another life-sized sentinel created by Ryan Gander and on display as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition at Store Studios, 180 The Strand, presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. The series is Collectively titled ‘Dramaturgical frameworks for structure and stability’, in reference to Erving Goffman’s sociological approach that uses theatre to portray and evaluate social interaction, these figures also play on the notion of spectatorship, shifting the relationship between spectator and spectacle.
A few photos of Richard Long’s, ‘Peloponnese Line’, created specifically for the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery, at Store Studios, 180 The Strand. The 60 metre long mud artwork was made directly on the wall by the artist dipping his hands in slip from the river Avon.
A few photos of Richard Long’s, ‘Peloponnese Line’, created specifically for the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery, at Store Studios, 180 The Strand. The 60 metre long mud artwork was made directly on the wall by the artist dipping his hands in slip from the river Avon.
One of Ryan Gander’s life-size sentinels from his series ‘You ruin everything you adore (Dramaturgical framework for structure and stability)’ recreating the scene of the Pietà (meaning pity in Italian) in which Mary cradles the limp body of Jesus. On show in ‘Everything At Once’, presented at Store Studios, 180 The Strand by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery.
One of Ryan Gander’s life-size sentinels from his series ‘You ruin everything you adore (Dramaturgical framework for structure and stability)’ recreating the scene of the Pietà (meaning pity in Italian) in which Mary cradles the limp body of Jesus. On show in ‘Everything At Once’, presented at Store Studios, 180 The Strand by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery.
Some stills from Marina Abramović’s video recording of her 1975 performance ‘Freeing the Memory, on show at Store Studios, 180 The Strand as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery.
“In the video of 'Freeing the Memory', Abramovic reels off all the words she can possibly remember. Seated on a chair with her head tilted backwards, Abramovic speaks Serbo-Croatian, now and then throwing in an English or Dutch word. By reciting all the words stored in her memory, she tries to free herself from the acquired language. After an hour and a half, she seems to have succeeded. The well of words has dried up and the performance is over. 'Freeing the Memory' is part of a series of performances in which Abramovic tries to purify her body and mind and attempts to switch off her consciousness” - LIMA
Some stills from Marina Abramović’s video recording of her 1975 performance ‘Freeing the Memory, on show at Store Studios, 180 The Strand as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. “In the video of 'Freeing the Memory', Abramovic reels off all the words she can possibly remember. Seated on a chair with her head tilted backwards, Abramovic speaks Serbo-Croatian, now and then throwing in an English or Dutch word. By reciting all the words stored in her memory, she tries to free herself from the acquired language. After an hour and a half, she seems to have succeeded. The well of words has dried up and the performance is over. 'Freeing the Memory' is part of a series of performances in which Abramovic tries to purify her body and mind and attempts to switch off her consciousness” - LIMA
‘MIG 29 Soviet Fighter Plane and Clouds’ (2005), by Cory Arcangel, on display as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition at Store Studios, 180 The Strand, presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. “This work is a hack of an early 90s video game in which you are a Soviet Fighter Jet asked to go on bombing missions in the Middle East. Usually in these games you are an American pilot; here it’s a role reversal. The game was produced by CAMERICA which was a bootleg Nintendo game-making company. This could very well be the reason the content is a bit unorthodox. For this hack, I singled out the plane from the intro screen of the game, and programmed a new cartridge with just that, and then stole the clouds from later in the game, and made another cartridge which just has those. I made this project to be an installation: meaning, it kinda has to be set up with a bunch of projectors to make any sense. All of my other hacks were made for my website and then retrofitted for gallery installation.” - Cory Arcangel
‘MIG 29 Soviet Fighter Plane and Clouds’ (2005), by Cory Arcangel, on display as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition at Store Studios, 180 The Strand, presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. “This work is a hack of an early 90s video game in which you are a Soviet Fighter Jet asked to go on bombing missions in the Middle East. Usually in these games you are an American pilot; here it’s a role reversal. The game was produced by CAMERICA which was a bootleg Nintendo game-making company. This could very well be the reason the content is a bit unorthodox. For this hack, I singled out the plane from the intro screen of the game, and programmed a new cartridge with just that, and then stole the clouds from later in the game, and made another cartridge which just has those. I made this project to be an installation: meaning, it kinda has to be set up with a bunch of projectors to make any sense. All of my other hacks were made for my website and then retrofitted for gallery installation.” - Cory Arcangel
Richard Deacon, ‘Infinity No.35’ (2008) and ‘Infinity No.36’ (2016), on show at Store Studios, 180 The Strand as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. “With the (Infinity) series, Deacon pushes the limits of the notion of "skin," working with the concept of "non-shape" to explore the relationship between boundary and fluidity. The artist begins with a modular shape that is defined by nodes and recesses, suggesting an organic, molecular structure. The final form of each work is not predetermined, and the modular shape an individual panel allows for the possibility of infinite recombination. With their puckered and highly polished surfaces, the appearance of the interrelated works seems to shift, being at once fixed and fluid, being both formed and formless.” - MOMA
Richard Deacon, ‘Infinity No.35’ (2008) and ‘Infinity No.36’ (2016), on show at Store Studios, 180 The Strand as part of the ‘Everything At Once’ exhibition presented by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. “With the (Infinity) series, Deacon pushes the limits of the notion of "skin," working with the concept of "non-shape" to explore the relationship between boundary and fluidity. The artist begins with a modular shape that is defined by nodes and recesses, suggesting an organic, molecular structure. The final form of each work is not predetermined, and the modular shape an individual panel allows for the possibility of infinite recombination. With their puckered and highly polished surfaces, the appearance of the interrelated works seems to shift, being at once fixed and fluid, being both formed and formless.” - MOMA
One of the highlights of my recent trip to London was attending the amazing exhibition ‘Everything At Once’, presented at Store Studios, 180 The Strand by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. The multi-sensory exhibition, to celebrate Lisson Gallery’s 50th anniversary, stretches over 4 floors and featured installations and artworks by 24 artists currently shown by the gallery. This piece is ‘test pattern [N°12]’, an installation created by one of Japan’s leading electronic composers and visual artists, Ryoji Ikeda. “test pattern [N°12] is the latest iteration of Ikeda’s test pattern project, begun in 2006, in which the artist converts data (from music, sound, photo and video) into monochrome binary patterns that are generated in real-time and envelop the viewer in a disorientating, highly-charged kinetic environment.
Probing the essential characteristics of sound and light, Ikeda’s work bridges the worlds of art and music and challenges fundamental preconceptions of both through the intensity of his installations.” - The Vinyl Factory
One of the highlights of my recent trip to London was attending the amazing exhibition ‘Everything At Once’, presented at Store Studios, 180 The Strand by The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery. The multi-sensory exhibition, to celebrate Lisson Gallery’s 50th anniversary, stretches over 4 floors and featured installations and artworks by 24 artists currently shown by the gallery. This piece is ‘test pattern [N°12]’, an installation created by one of Japan’s leading electronic composers and visual artists, Ryoji Ikeda. “test pattern [N°12] is the latest iteration of Ikeda’s test pattern project, begun in 2006, in which the artist converts data (from music, sound, photo and video) into monochrome binary patterns that are generated in real-time and envelop the viewer in a disorientating, highly-charged kinetic environment. Probing the essential characteristics of sound and light, Ikeda’s work bridges the worlds of art and music and challenges fundamental preconceptions of both through the intensity of his installations.” - The Vinyl Factory
Known primarily for his conceptual photography, film projects and colour-intensive paintings, Roy Colmer challenged the boundaries between these disciplines in order to develop a new kind of perception. His incorporation of time-based technologies with paint and canvas - which other artists at the time found too conventional - mark Colmer as a true innovator in his field.
A solo exhibition of the artists work is on view at @lisson_gallery in London until January 13. Pictured here is 'Untitled #52' (1972).
#roycolmer #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #painting #painter #ocula #oculaart #1120072
Image © Estate of Roy Colmer. Courtesy Lisson Gallery.
Known primarily for his conceptual photography, film projects and colour-intensive paintings, Roy Colmer challenged the boundaries between these disciplines in order to develop a new kind of perception. His incorporation of time-based technologies with paint and canvas - which other artists at the time found too conventional - mark Colmer as a true innovator in his field. A solo exhibition of the artists work is on view at @lisson_gallery in London until January 13. Pictured here is 'Untitled #52 ' (1972). #roycolmer  #lissongallery  #lissongallerylondon  #painting  #painter  #ocula  #oculaart  #1120072  Image © Estate of Roy Colmer. Courtesy Lisson Gallery.
#carmenhererra #lissongallerylondon "Mountain Drawing 2017" acrylic on canvas #lovetheboldness .
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#exhibition #artist #london @lisson_gallery #bold #orangeandblack
‘Nowadays everything happens at once and our souls are conveniently electronic’. John Cage, 1966 For this reason is good to check it out Every thing at once exhibition. #lissongallerylondon #thevinylfactory #180thestrand #exhibition
Lisson Presents... Speech Act. PV 24/11 including works by #allora&calzadilla #susanhiller and #laureprouvost @lisson_gallery in London. Image Susan Hiller, Native, 1984 *
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This work relates to Hiller’s  interest in automatic writing, a technique she first experimented with in the early 1970s and to which she has frequently returned. Part of her Home Truth series, the works are composed of decorative wallpaper – the type usually designed for the spaces in which children dream and are socialised – layered with sub-conscious and free-association graffiti-type markings. For these works Hiller deliberately selected wallpaper that appeared to be patronising and pre-describing to gender stereotypes through their repetitive motifs, which are then interrupted by her automatic scripts. These paintings are very rare as many ended up being burned and transformed into ashes for Hiller’s Relics works.
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* ‘Lisson Presents… Speech Act’ offers insight into the way in which the construction of image and text populate the political imaginary through the work of Allora & Calzadilla, Susan Hiller and LaureProuvost. Though different in their aesthetic and political register, each of the works presented in the presentation reflect on the relationship between language and its delivery apparatus, highlighting the coercive potential of such coalescence in the public domain. Either as subversive stratagem or as a critique of the pervasiveness of the statements, messages and signs that bombard us daily, language is held accountable and simultaneously offered as a subterfuge to question the political rhetoric and the homogenisation of its visual delivery in our current moment. #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #lissonpresents #bethereorbesquare
Lisson Presents... Speech Act. PV 24/11 including works by #allora &calzadilla #susanhiller  and #laureprouvost  @lisson_gallery in London. Image Susan Hiller, Native, 1984 * * This work relates to Hiller’s interest in automatic writing, a technique she first experimented with in the early 1970s and to which she has frequently returned. Part of her Home Truth series, the works are composed of decorative wallpaper – the type usually designed for the spaces in which children dream and are socialised – layered with sub-conscious and free-association graffiti-type markings. For these works Hiller deliberately selected wallpaper that appeared to be patronising and pre-describing to gender stereotypes through their repetitive motifs, which are then interrupted by her automatic scripts. These paintings are very rare as many ended up being burned and transformed into ashes for Hiller’s Relics works. * * * ‘Lisson Presents… Speech Act’ offers insight into the way in which the construction of image and text populate the political imaginary through the work of Allora & Calzadilla, Susan Hiller and LaureProuvost. Though different in their aesthetic and political register, each of the works presented in the presentation reflect on the relationship between language and its delivery apparatus, highlighting the coercive potential of such coalescence in the public domain. Either as subversive stratagem or as a critique of the pervasiveness of the statements, messages and signs that bombard us daily, language is held accountable and simultaneously offered as a subterfuge to question the political rhetoric and the homogenisation of its visual delivery in our current moment. #lissongallery  #lissongallerylondon  #lissonpresents  #bethereorbesquare 
The Black Pot 2013 by #nathaliedjurberg & #hansberg with @rite2vinoth
Everything at once exhibit. I didnt take a video but this was a noisy one. Lisson gallery and vinyl factory #everythingatonce #lissongallerylondon #art #culturevulture #prettycolours
#timewaterfall by #tatsuomiyajima with @rite2vinoth
Lisson gallery is such an important contemporary art gallery. It pioneered the early careers of important #minimal and #conceptual artists I studied at the University. In the middle of the room 'Beauty and the Best' of R. Deacon. Epoxy resin and cardboard. #art #galleries #London #visitlondon #lissongallerylondon #lissongallery #hiddengem
Shapes, stripes, colours in a cloudy drizzling day. #prism #geometricart #mirror #perspective #contemporaryart #London #lissongallerylondon #lissongallery
Pile up by D. Buren. I love when you can play with artworks! 
Powder-coated, aluminium triangular prisms and mirror-finished panels which surrounds the three dimensional forms and follows the contours of the wall. #contemporaryart #contemporary #conceptual #conceptualart #London #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #art #artist #artistsoninstagram #sculptures #iloveart #artwork #geometric #geometry
The Last Lisson. After two months of hissing, singing, and hidden body language, we empty the boardroom, and return to our homes for good. At Lisson, the Mains Hum continues to hum alone until someone pulls the plug and finally, there is silence. Thank you, you wonderful people! #musarcchoir #lissongallerylondon #alloraandcalzadilla #donaldnally #davidlang
The Last Lisson. After two months of hissing, singing, and hidden body language, we empty the boardroom, and return to our homes for good. At Lisson, the Mains Hum continues to hum alone until someone pulls the plug and finally, there is silence. Thank you, you wonderful people! #musarcchoir  #lissongallerylondon  #alloraandcalzadilla  #donaldnally  #davidlang 
Next show with #alloraandcalzadilla #susanhiller #laureprouvost @lisson_gallery #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon 
PV 24th November. Be there or be square! ‘Lisson Presents… Speech Act’ offers insight into the way in which the construction of image and text populate the political imaginary through the work of Allora & Calzadilla, Susan Hiller and Laure Prouvost. Though different in their aesthetic and political register, each of the works presented in the presentation reflect on the relationship between language and its delivery apparatus, highlighting the coercive potential of such coalescence in the public domain. Either as subversive stratagem or as a critique of the pervasiveness of the statements, messages and signs that bombard us daily, language is held accountable and simultaneously offered as a subterfuge to question the political rhetoric and the homogenisation of its visual delivery in our current moment. Image: Allora & Calzadilla, Amphibious (login-logout), 2005, single channel video with sound 6mins 22 seconds #lissonpresents
Next show with #alloraandcalzadilla  #susanhiller  #laureprouvost  @lisson_gallery #lissongallery  #lissongallerylondon  PV 24th November. Be there or be square! ‘Lisson Presents… Speech Act’ offers insight into the way in which the construction of image and text populate the political imaginary through the work of Allora & Calzadilla, Susan Hiller and Laure Prouvost. Though different in their aesthetic and political register, each of the works presented in the presentation reflect on the relationship between language and its delivery apparatus, highlighting the coercive potential of such coalescence in the public domain. Either as subversive stratagem or as a critique of the pervasiveness of the statements, messages and signs that bombard us daily, language is held accountable and simultaneously offered as a subterfuge to question the political rhetoric and the homogenisation of its visual delivery in our current moment. Image: Allora & Calzadilla, Amphibious (login-logout), 2005, single channel video with sound 6mins 22 seconds #lissonpresents 
Lisson Presents... 11 artists through time at the Lisson Gallery, 22 September - 11 November 2017 #lissonpresents11artiststhroughtime #lissonpresents #11artiststhroughtime #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon
Daniel Buren: PILE UP: High reliefs. Situated works at the Lisson Gallery, 22 September - 11 November #danielburenpileuphighreliefsaituatedworks #danielburen #pileuphighreliefsaituatedworks #pileup  #lissongallery #lisson #lissongallerylondon
Allora & Calzadilla: Foreign in a Domestic Sense at the Lisson Gallery, 22 September - 11 November 2017 #alloraandcalzadillaforeigninadomesticsense #alloraandcalzadilla #foreigninadomesticsense #lissongallery #lisson #lissongallerylondon
B E A D V I S O R S A D at Frieze Week | Daniel Buren in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist | Hans Ulrich Obrist presenting "PILE UP: High reliefs. Situated works” at the Lisson Gallery with the French conceptual artist Daniel Buren in the amazing framework of the Frieze Week. ▪️ Follow our live videos & posts from our art advisors on Facebook! #DanielBuren #DanielBurenArt #LissonGallery #LissonGalleryLondon #FriezeWeek #FriezeWeek2017 #FriezeLondon2017
It's me :) caught in Ryoji Ikeda's Test Pattern #LissonwithTheVinylFactory #art #lissongallerylondon
5.10.2017 -10.12.2017, Every Thing at Once
180 The Strand, London
#letstalkaboutart#lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #exhibition#show#londongallery
5.10.2017 -10.12.2017, Every Thing at Once
180 The Strand, London
#letstalkaboutart#lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #exhibition#show#londongallery
5.10.2017 -10.12.2017, Every Thing at Once
180 The Strand, London
#letstalkaboutart#lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #exhibition#show#londongallery
Cast of international startists in an amazing exhibition. This work had me hypnotised! Thank you #ryoji_ikeda #thevinylfactory #lissongallerylondon
Everything at once Julian Opie *Night Motorway.1. / Shirazeh Houshiary *Breath (with accompaniment of my stupid voice 🤣) #julianopie #shirazehhoushiary #nightmotorway #breath #everythingatonce #lissongallerylondon #thevinylfactory #180strand #videoart #installationart #art
Frieze #throwback . This beautifully textured stunner is from Lisson Gallery, London. Jason Martin - As yet untitled (Oriental blue) Mixed media on aluminium, 2017. #frieze #friezeweek #friezeartfair #friezeartlondon #artlondon #londonart #art #blue #orientalblue #lissongallery #lissongallerylondon #gallery
INSPIRATION - Daniel Buren installation view - #lissongallerylondon
#lissongallerylondon - Free Exhibition - Check it out