Tiny Lag

Acme Project Space

  Whether Roses or Triangles, Mountaintops or Hexagons 2014 George Charman   

 

Whether Roses or Triangles, Mountaintops or Hexagons 2014 George Charman 

 

28 November – 21 December 2014

Private View: Thursday 27 November, 6-8pm

Tiny Lag is a two person exhibition by George Charman & Adam Knight at Acme Project Space, London. The exhibition title is taken from an essay of the same name by Mladen Dolar. Referencing Wittgenstein, Dolar examines the borders of language on experience. In this instance the border becomes a conceptual marker of limitation and permission. The exhibition presented a series of recent works that engages with 'the screen' as a kind of boarder used to divide the exhibition space through varying axes of installation, video, drawing, sound, writing and sculpture. A limited edition publication has also been produced in conjunction with the exhibition.  

Acme Project Space: 44 Bonner Road London E2 9JS