Emily Floyd: Anti-totalitarian Vectors, Anna Schwartz Gallery, 13 July – 17 August 2019
Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Emily Floyd has a solo exhibition, Anti-totalitarian Vectors, at Anna Schwartz Gallery from 13 July to 17 August. Presenting a series of informal libraries and diagrams conflating childhood space with political philosophy, and activating the urgent legacy of twentieth century anti-totalitarian struggle. The exhibition is conceived as a compendium of typographic artefacts and propositional objects which together form a library and garden, dedicated to the Hungarian philosopher Ágnes Heller.
For further information about the exhibition, visit the Anna Schwartz Gallery website here.
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