Zac Langdon-Pole in 'Loose Ends Don’t Tie’ at PS120, Berlin, DE

2 May 2018

Zac Langdon-Pole is currently presenting work in the inaugural exhibition Loose Ends Don’t Tie at PS120, Berlin, the first of three in the exhibition series The Way Things Run (Der Lauf Der Dinge). The exhibition investigates the migration of people, objects, and images in contemporary global societies. Nomadic circulation transforms people, cultures, and ideas. It leads to multiple, dyssynchronous states of being; it produces new narratives of belonging and of displacement. Through investigation and shared art historical practices, Loose Ends Don’t Tie brings attention work from the hypervisible art canon to the yet to be visible emerging artists.

Langdon-Pole exhibits alongside Alvaro Barrington, Tom Burr, Renee Green, Iman Issa, Mirak Jamal, Joan Jonas, Tarik Kiswanson, Olu David Ogunnaike and Rosemarie Trockel.

Until 27 May, PS120 Berlin, DE.

Image: Zac Langdon-Pole 'Residuals (c)', 2018)