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Fellow Traveller - Neil Clements

“This book is the first monographic essay on the work of contemporary artist Neil Clements. It analyses his practice in terms of processes of 'surfacing' and 'fabrication,' and sets it in context as a genealogical project that reconsiders the legacies of 1960s abstract painting and sculpture.”

“Apophenia is classed as a symptom of schizophrenia, and is characterised by the pathological desire to see connections between elements that do not in fact exist. In its undiagnosed form, is it commonly associated with the activities of conspiracy theorists, individuals for whom a wide range of seeminly disparate occurrences are causally interlinked. The adoption of an apophenic attitude is a valid method with which to visualise the structural conditions unerpinning the production of contemporary artworks.”

The Hungarian, 2021
Softcover with foil, 124pp
210 x 210 mm

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