Ryan Gander’s sixth exhibition with Lisson Gallery draws on notions of time and its passage. With a philosophical overture and a sharp existential focus, the exhibition illustrates the innate ability of all things, in both physics and the wider human context, to naturally self-right themselves. Drawing on the simple yet profound advice given by his father – “Let the world take a turn” – Gander encourages the viewer to sit back and watch, to observe, and allow for a natural course of action, as time has power: to heal, transform, shift perceptions and elicit change. Rather than trying to control time, to stop it or to change it, Gander embraces a more laisse faire attitude. Things change as the world changes, while everything stays the same, and if we are open to this approach, we can see the world, and our place it in, in a more honest and empathetic light.
|Duration||02 March 2018 - 21 April 2018|
|Times||Monday–Friday, 10am–6pm Saturday, 11am–5pm|
|Venue||Lisson Gallery (67 Lisson Street)|
|Address||67 Lisson Street, London, NW1 5DA|
|Contact||4402077242739 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.lissongallery.com|