Scott Myles, SORRY, 2010, ink on reverse side of Felix Gonzalez -Torres poster, perspex, brass, 197.5 x 133 x 3.8 cm
Dora Economou
Geometries/ Onassis Cultural Centre | GR (+)
Sofia Stevi / Theo Triantafyllidis
Onassis Foundation | US (+)
Chrysanne Stathacos
AA Bronson’s Garten der Lüste | DE (+)
Maria Hassabi
Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian Paris | FR (+)
Zoë Paul
Spike Island | UK (+)

Scott Myles’ practice adopts and appropriates many ideas and forms from a variety of sources and traditions and yet the resulting works have a highly individual, visual vocabulary. Although resolutely contemporary they can be seen to explore more timeless ideas of cycles. However, within this enquiry it is thresholds that provide a recurring theme: unclaimed, ambiguous areas between inside and outside, between order and chaos, between the physical and the ephemeral, and between two and three dimensions. (text by Rob Tufnell, 2005, for Scott Myles’ exhibition catalogue published by The Breeder)