Eight Embarrassed Males takes its starting point as a misremembering of the work, Ten Embarrassed Men by Swedish artist Annika Ström. Featuring the collaborative work of Joseph Breikers and Timothy P. Kerr, this exhibition will draw upon a shared interest in humour, text and semiotics. Realised as a large-scale installation encompassing drawing, sculpture, sound and video, Eight Embarrassed Males engages with the artists’ own sense of ambivalence towards the institutionalised world of contemporary art.
Joseph Breikers and Timothy P. Kerr are Brisbane-based artists who have worked collaboratively since 2004.
Image: Hand Dialogue (after Lygia Clark) 2016
OPENING / 17 August 2016, 6PM
EXHIBITION / 17 August – 3 September 2016
ARTIST TALK / 24 August, 6PM
METRO ARTS GALLERY, Level 2
SEE ALSO //
Exhibition Catalogue: with essay by Liam Roderick
2016 / Metro Arts – Exhibition Program, 17 August – 3 September 2016 – co-presented by Metro Arts, Joseph Breikers and Timothy Kerr.