Ryan Gander has established an international reputation through artworks that materialise in many different forms from sculpture to film, writing, graphic design, installation, performance and more besides.Read More
Through associative thought processes that connect the everyday and the esoteric, the overlooked and the commonplace, Gander’s work involves a questioning of language and knowledge, a reinvention of the modes of appearance and creation of an artwork. His work can be reminiscent of a puzzle, a network with multiple connections, the fragments of an embedded story, a huge set of hidden clues to be deciphered, encouraging viewers to make their own connections and invent their own narrative in order to solve the charade with its many solutions, staged by the artist.
Text courtesy Esther Schipper.
Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator of the Arts Council Collection, discusses the touring exhibition Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945.
For me personally, I’d much rather engage with the art market and within that I can safeguard the legacy of my artwork by putting it in collections and earn my own money to produce more work.
At the time of this interview Ryan Gander is enjoying his last day at STPI before he returns to his native UK, and previous resident Rirkrit Tiravanija has returned for the opening of his solo show...
It was a telling coincidence that the opening of the tenth Liverpool Biennial, curated by Kitty Scott (a curator at the Art Gallery of Ontario) and Sally Tallant (Director of the Liverpool Biennial),
Cockatoo Island, a short ferry ride from Sydney’s Circular Quay, is the least likely place one would expect to be simultaneously cast and filmed for a motion picture set predominantly in Berkeley, Cal
This October, Store Studios will host Everything At Once, an extensive off-site exhibition featuring 24 artists currently shown at Lisson Gallery in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
British artist Ryan Gander is an ideas man. They are his métier and material, not just because he is a conceptual artist but also because he has an insatiable, childlike curiosity about everything. Ar