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The ICA is pleased to announce solo exhibitions by artists Sonia Boyce and Helen Johnson from Wednesday 1 February to Sunday 16 April 2017.
Sonia Boyce’s We move in her way explores questions around power and play between audience and performer within a live improvisation, then uses the documentation to create a multimedia installation. We move in her way involves the exploratory vocal and movement performances of Elaine Mitchener, Barbara Gamper and her dancers : Eve Stainton, Ria Uttridge and Be van Vark, with an invited audience. The title of the work suggests two possible readings: that ‘she’ dictates our movements; or that we obstruct ‘hers’, with both interpretations suggesting power is at play.
Helen Johnson: Warm Ties uses painting to highlight the relationship between Britain and colonial Australia. Johnson places the viewer in a space in which to reflect on the mentality of British colonisers in Australia. Warm Ties is a solo exhibition of Australian artist Helen Johnson, in collaboration with Artspace, Sydney. Johnson weaves and overlays historical and contemporary signifiers creating points of tension and reflection through the medium of painting. In this exhibition, the complex colonial relationship between Australia and Britain is dealt with on the level of the body, using large- scale paintings mounted to a structure that zigzags through the space.
For more information on ICA please visit https://www.venues-london.co.uk/venues/institute-of-contemporary-arts/.
Image credit: Sonia Boyce’s We move in her way. Photograph: George Torode
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