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REVOLVER II Part 2 | Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Bronwen Buckeridge, Lucia Nogueira | 15 October–9 November 2014 | Private View: Sunday 12 October 2–5pm

Joëlle Tuerlinckx, GEOLOGY OF A TYPESCRIPT/ ARCHAEOLOGY OF A MANUSCRIPT: from the darkness of a day until the light of another day, 2014. A project for Matt’s Gallery – archive and canal. Courtesy the artist, Galerie Nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälde and Galerie Christian Nagel (Berlin/Köln/Anvers).

Bronwen Buckeridge, Occasionally Employing Magic, 2014. Installation photograph courtesy the artist and Matt's Gallery, London.

Lucia Nogueira, No Time for Commas, 1993. Courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London.

Joëlle Tuerlinckx
Since 1980, Tuerlinckx has developed a rigorous artistic language that incorporates strategies of archives and institutional criticism. Her site-specific practice often focuses on the formal properties of gallery spaces, the role of museums, and the museums’ relationship to their communities. Film projections, video, drawings, collages, photographs and found objects are often combined with subtle alterations to the spaces and gestures that highlight the time and space of the viewing experience.

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Bronwen Buckeridge

Working across sound, video, text and live performance Buckeridge creates a stage for scenarios that are at once real and imagined. Often inviting a specialist from another discipline to take part in her work, Buckeridge recombines dialogue, sound and location to loosen the co-ordinates of time and place, creating experiences that are both right now and already past, and which refer at once to the site where they are installed and to elsewhere.

Through these deliberately unstable environments Buckeridge considers the inconstant territory of the unknowable, teasing out how memory and lived experience conflict and collude to shape the boundaries of an interior world and imagined self.

In REVOLVER II Buckeridge presents two works in discreet spaces within the building: To The Memory of M.A. Vorontsova (2009) and Occasionally Employing Magic (2014), the latter being specially commissioned for Matt's Gallery.

Occasionally Employing Magic is a site-specific soundwork for one person at a time, where trance medium Elaine Thorpe channels the spirit of Jonathan Hunter (d.1891) to offer guidance from another realm to the Matt's Gallery archive.

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Lucia Nogueira
Part Two presents Nogueira's 1993 work No Time for Commas.

Before her death in 1998, the Brazilian artist Lucia Nogueira was predominantly known for her sculptural installations using everyday objects, intentionally creating work that left questions unanswered, deferred closure and implicated the spectator in creating meaning by bringing to the work their own memories and imagination.

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