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Stephan KeppelStephan Keppel
Benjamin JonesBenjamin Jones

The question of familiarity and recognition as communicated through images, especially those that are fragmented or partial, is the central theme of this exhibition. Both Benjamin Jones (b.1994, UK) and Stephan Keppel (b.1973, NL) use photographic processes to re-present urban and natural subjects in a way that underscores this translation, and in different ways reference the many layers of a photographic object; how it connects to what we’ve seen, learnt and expect from a re-presentation of the world.

This exhibition brings together four groups of work, including a room sized installation from Keppel, using a repeated image pasted to the gallery walls that has been reinterpreted from his Soft Copy Hard Copy publication. As well as these will be new print based works on canvas that again translate images of urban space into graphic forms. Jones displays two large scale, multi-panel prints depicting internal views of botanical glasshouses, the fragmented structure of the image and varied focal planes echoing the movement of the human eye across a scene of dense visual information; alongside these are abstractions that weave geometric and organic forms, made by layering and collaging exposures in the darkroom.

The impetus for this show came about following both artists exhibiting at Camera Austria (Graz, AT) during 2021, at which time they became conscious of one another’s practices. The shared attention to a fusion of process and subject led naturally to this project, which will be Keppel’s first UK exhibition and Jones first show in London since 2019.

The exhibition will be accompanied by an essay from the artist, writer, curator and educator Duncan Wooldridge, stemming from a discussion around Wooldridge’s recently published book To Be Determined (SPBH, 2021).

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