copyright Gabo Guzzo, 2010-14

Recent shows

Live&Piss, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2009

Hand Joy, Centre For Recent Drawings, London, 2010

MA Degree Show Central

Saint Martins, London, 2010

Paris Correspondence School,

Trove, Birmingham, 2011

The nature of change:

Hybridity and Mutation

HRL Contemporary / The Old Truman Brewery, London, 2011

Gabo Guzzo

The Quietest Place on Earth


Odds Against Tomorrow

Bearspace Gallery, London, 2012


http://www.bearspace.co.uk/


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THE GEOLOGICAL TURN

GABO GUZZO


Gabo Guzzo: artist in residence, Banner Repeater reading room/project space.


The work in residency will become a site for discussion from 7-9pm on the 31st May, and can be viewed after this until the 10th June.

Guzzo has invited several noted speakers to join together in conversation on the 31st May, using the diagram as a site for discussion and debate: Paul Crutzen, Rasheed Araeen, Jan Zalaseiwicz, with TJ Demos (chair) to discuss some of the controversial ideas that come of the proposed new geological epoch: the Anthropocene.

Speakers:


Paul J. Crutzen is a Dutch Nobel prize winning atmospheric chemist, and theorist on the Anthropocene.

Rasheed Araeen is a London-based conceptual artist, writer, and art critic. His artistic activity has been complemented since 1987 by the groundbreaking art publication of Third Text. He is the author of ‘Ecoaesthetics: a Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century’.

Jan Zalasiewicz is a lecturer in Geology at the University of Leicester and was formerly with the British Geological Survey. He has published over a hundred papers in scientific journals and is the author of ‘The Earth after us: what legacy will humans leave in the rocks?’

T. J. Demos - will be chairing the discussion. T.J. Demos writes widely on modern and contemporary art. His published work centres broadly on the conjunction of art and politics, examining the ability of artistic practice to invent innovative and experimental strategies that challenge dominant conventions. (Recent essay: Art after Nature: the Post-natural condition. Artforum, April 2012.)


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Gabo Guzzo

Homage to What is Left


This Year’s Model

Studio 1.1, London, 2014