No Body, 2014
Print specially commissioned to accompany Benedict Drew's exhibition Heads May Roll at Matt’s Gallery, 19 February–20 April 2014.
The work scrutinises the effect and intent of mediated images, synthesised voice and the fractured narrative of instructional speech. This immersive exhibition attempted to make sculptural the absurdity of a life spent staring into a screen and the social anxiety induced by ‘smart’ objects via an alternative sci-fi stage set comprising of a landscape of objects, sound and projection. Its content responds to the super saturated, psychedelic properties of LCD technology and the disorientating potential of electronic sound. Drew critiques contemporary consumption via a fantastical future world in which the image, word and body are exhausted.
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Benedict Drew works across video, sculpture, music and their associated technologies. He creates large-scale installations, often concerned with ecstatic responses to socio-political anxiety.
Print: C-Type print
Paper: Kodak Metallic paper mounted on 2mm aluminium with battens
Edition: 50 (plus 5 artist's proofs)
Mount and image dimensions: 240mm (w) x 184mm (h)
Price: £144 inclusive of VAT mounted
P&P: £13 (UK only)
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