Second Reflection / Symmetrical Contents – Sturtevant and Secondeditions

New Seconds

Private View: Tuesday 22 January 18.00 – 20.30

Exhibition runs: 23 January – 9 March 2013

Venue: Chelsea Space, 16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU

Chelsea Space presents an exhibition by American, Paris-based artist Sturtevant and UK-based partnership Secondeditions:

An exhibition
on criminal action, against dominance,
in reference to ethics as considered form
that freedom takes when it is informed by
reflection,
for thought and symmetry between partners
in dialogue: symmetry as expression of
peaceability.

The result of a correspondence between Sturtevant and Secondeditions initiated in 2002, the project follows two strands of thought:

second reflection – the conscious experience of repetition, the continuous process of rethinking the nature of art and

symmetrical contents – the mirrored relationships between material and thought as presented in the work and the
discussions of the artists involved.

The exhibition features two 3-channel video installations by Sturtevant and video works and objects by Secondeditions.

Exhibition concept: Sturtevant and Secondeditions.

A publication, designed by Secondeditions is available.

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Images top to bottom: Sturtevant, ‘Blow Job’ (2006), video still cam 1,2,3. Secondeditions, Josef Hartwig and Oskar Schlemm, Jointed Doll 1923 (2002 – 2013).