Thursday 20 May, 5:30 pm
Jesse Darling (UK)
At a time when the art world seems ready for the great reset, and keen to let all the pandemic trauma fall into oblivion, artist Jesse Darling reflects on the current artistic and socio-economic circumstances informed by some of their recent observations and experiences.
Jesse Darling is an artist who lives and works in various media and different spaces. Recent projects include a curated video series, Everything happened so much: archive as poem in the age of perpetual witnessing, and a non-institutional mail art initiative with no title, funding or commission during 2020 and the early months of 2021. Solo museum presentations include: Gravity Road, Kunstverein Freiburg; Crevé, Triangle Marseille and The Ballad of Saint Jerome as part of the ART NOW series, Tate Britain, London.
They have published texts in print and online including Granta Magazine, Tripwire Journal, Whitechapel Press Documents series, Artforum, Frieze, Rhizome.org, and The New Inquiry.