24 May - 14 July
Chisenhale Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Mariana Castillo Deball: What we caught we threw away, what we didn't catch we kept. A co-commission by Chisenhale Gallery, Cove Park, Scotland – where the artist undertook a residency in 2012-13 – and CCA Glasgow, who present the exhibition from 6 April to 18 May 2013. This joint commission has enabled Deball to carry out extensive research in Scotland and London, and to produce a major new body of work.
What we caught we threw away, what we didn't catch we kept explores the biography of objects, and makes connections between 19th-century explorer and archaeologist Alfred Maudslay, artist Eduardo Paolozzi and contemporary anthropologist Alfred Gell. The exhibition combines sculpture – made using paper and plaster casting techniques – with drawing and printmaking, alongside archival images from Deball’s research.
Mariana Castillo Deball (born 1975, Mexico City) lives and works in Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include CCA, Glasgow (2013); Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach (2010); Kunsthalle St. Gallen (2009). Group exhibitions include dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel (2012); ILLUMInations, the 54th Venice Biennale (2011); Migros Museum, Zurich (2010); Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit (2010); The Athens Biennial (2009); Manifesta 7 (2008). Deball was awarded the Zurich Art Prize in 2012 and is nominated for the Berlin Preis der Nationalgalerie für junge Kunst 2013.
Mariana Castillo Deball’s exhibition is supported by the Goethe-Institut Glasgow, Catherine Petitgas and the Mariana Castillo Deball Supporters Circle.
Chisenhale Exhibitions Partner 2013: Fiorucci Art Trust
Chisenhale Gallery is one of London’s most innovative galleries for contemporary visual art, promoting national and international developments in visual culture through its ambitious commissioning of solo exhibitions and a programme of public events including performances, film screenings and talks. The gallery currently produces up to five major exhibitions and intermittent major live events, 'Interim', each year. Artists are given a platform to make ambitious new work often in response to the gallery’s unique space, a converted factory of 2,500 square feet. In addition, '21st Century', a programme of interdisciplinary, research-based projects presented in the studio, hosts a diverse range of artists, curators, theorists and writers.
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