Marie Angeletti
Arundel Gate Court Gallery

175 Arundel Gate,
S1 2LQ

Tues – Sun, 12pm–5pm

‘What do we assign priorities to? What happens if you run out of energy or simply refuse/can’t work. You’re not supposed to. Is this refusal a result of exhaustion, or, on the contrary, the guarantee of a kind of freedom?

The room will be a pink room. I will show some coexisting clips (related to the quark) This image of workers on the main street last December. The Silversmith from Sheffield will display one of his works. Some eyes to stare back at the viewer. Niente will be the title.’

French artist Marie Angeletti embraces and exploits social relations, the actors brought together around an exhibition, its structure and event. In this way the work is often context related. She examines and exposes the tenuously stabilised exhibition space, offering a different kind of experience or encounter. Pointing toward moments when time is made distinctive, or enabling social situations where it is enriched; a puzzling series of emotional happenstances.

Marie Angeletti (born 1984, Marseille, France) lives and works in Berlin. She gained an MA Photography at the Royal College of Art and Master Class in Photography at the Bard College, New York. Angeletti has presented solo exhibitions at Künstlerhaus Bremen, Bremen, NACHTCAFE, Kim’s, Berlin and Le Consortium, Dijon, France (2015); castillo/corrales, Paris and Carlos/Ishikawa, London (2014). Her group exhibitions include Limbo, Edouard Montassut, Paris (2016) and Individual Stories, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria (2015).

Men at work
. Dec 15, Sheffield, 2016.