Frieze London

Online Viewing Room
October 7 – 16, 2020

Philippe Parreno

Clock, 2020

Plexiglas, DMX controller, motor, belts

160 x 168 x 20 cm

 

Photo © Andrea Rossetti

Frieze London

Online Viewing Room
October 7 – 16, 2020
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What time is it?

Esther Schipper is pleased to present an exclusive Online Viewing Room on the subject of time.

Measured in objective, though intrinsically inexact, units and yet experienced with subjective fluidity, time can stretch and contract, linger and vanish. The selected works explore its variances: personal, cultural, historical, even cosmic. Such categories though understate the simultaneity of objective and subjective criteria, the uneven flow of time within individual lives, distinct societies, and different periods.

The works in our Frieze London Online Viewing Room explore how we keep time, experience its duration, whether its passing lets us despair or gives us hope.

Featuring works by Angela BullochCeal FloyerSimon FujiwaraRyan GanderGeneral IdeaFrancesco GennariLiam GillickAndrew GrassiePierre HuygheAnn Veronica JanssensRoman OndakPhilippe ParrenoUgo RondinoneKarin SanderJulia ScherDaniel Steegmann MangranéHito Steyerl and Tao Hui.

 

Preview: October 7 – 8
Public Days: October 9 – 16

 

Explore the Frieze Online Viewing Room HERE

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