carnival float, lime putty, equine and bovine excrement, liquid soap, wigs, wig fibre, soil, King Offa Junior Academy school uniform, shovels, wellington boots, tempera on cotton, mobile-connected Canon printers with periodic printouts, digital print on silk, digital video on DVD, TV sets, antibacterial gel, water
Carl Gent (b. 1985) is an artist, writer and musician from Bexhill-on-sea, UK. They obtained their MFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, London in 2015 and their BA (Hons) in Fine Art from UCA, Farnham in 2013. Gent’s practice is one of erasing, scraping, deleting, and humiliating the human. Recent exhibitions, performances and writings include Our House of Common Weeds, Res., London (2018); The Political Animal, The Showroom, London (2017); I’d Do This All Day If I Could, PEER, London (2017); Multiplex, KELDER, London (2017); Zero Gravity, MC3, Alfriston (2017); Thinking Ecology Through my Fairphone 2, Archipelago #4; Wiðercwedolu þá Glésincga, The Residence Gallery, London (2016); De Regreso a la Isla, Casal Solleric, Mallorca; L’Heure Verte: 1st Tasting, Green Ray, London (2016).
Friday 5 October 2018, 6.30–9pmYL
Friday 26 October 2018, 6–9pmYL