Babak Ghazi at Arcadia Missa in London
A solo exhibition by artist Babak Ghazi is on show through to July 30 2016 at Arcadia Missa in London. Drawing on his Lifework, material will be recontextualised in the gallery space and available for viewers to look through and form their own narratives.
Lifework is an ongoing archive of subjective experience made impersonal.
A specially commissioned essay by Dr Catherine Grant is available at the gallery:
“In describing the work, Babak emphasises his interest in various formalised relationships that can both allow mutual expression as well as court subjugation: that of photographer and model, teacher and student, analyst and analysand; which are then layered with the process of organising images as a form of narrative for the participants in the next formalised relationship: that between artwork/artist and viewer.”
Arcadia Missa – Unit 6, Bellenden Road Business Centre SE15 4RF
(Entrance on Lyndhurst Way)
2 – 30 July 2016
Chelsea MA Fine Art Crit of the exhibition on the 14th July 1-3pm