Alex Dordoy | The Moss is Dreaming | curated by Tom Morton

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Alex Dordoy | The Moss is Dreaming | curated by Tom Morton

4 October 2017 – 11 November 2017


Private View: Thursday 5 October 2017 6-8pm

The first in a new series of solo exhibitions, collectively titled Lodger, curated by the independent curator, writer and frieze Contributing Editor Tom Morton. Running concurrent to the exhibitions in the central space, Lodger will expand Blain|Southern’s programme into new territories, often spotlighting a younger generation of artists.

Alex Dordoy (b. 1985, Newcastle-upon-Tyne) inaugurates the series with a presentation of new paintings and sculptures, which are poised between representation and abstraction, the organic and the digital.  Lodger continues in late November, with a solo show by the performance artist and sculptor Sophie Jung (b. 1982, Luxembourg).

 

About the Curator

Tom Morton is an independent curator, writer, and Contributing Editor of frieze magazine. His exhibitions include "Äppärät" at the Ballroom Marfa, Texas (2015), "British British Polish Polish" at the CSW Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw (2013) the touring survey "British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet" (2010/11, with Lisa Le Feuvre), and “How to Endure” at the 1st Athens Biennale (2007). He has worked as a curator at Cubitt Gallery, London and the Hayward Gallery, London, and his writing has appeared in numerous exhibition catalogues and anthologies.  

 

Image: Alex Dordoy, Svalbard Soil 6 (2017) (detail) 
Courtesy of the Artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow
Photo Credit: Malcolm Cochrane