Lisson Gallery

Ceal Floyer

London, 9 May – 29 June 2002

Ceal Floyer

“I want the manifestation of my ideas to be life-sized, not only regarding their scale, but also in terms of their relevance to their situation or medium. Then they’re more like the ideas behind something. Art is just a manifestation, a Trojan Horse, for ideas.”
- Ceal Floyer

The Lisson Gallery is pleased to announce Ceal Floyer’s first major solo exhibition in London. She will be presenting a new body of work involving video installation, sound and light projection, works on paper and sculpture.

Ceal Floyer’s clarity of thought and the elegantly concise presentation of her ideas resonate through all areas of her practice. The deceptive simplicity of the work is informed by Floyer’s particular sense of humour and an almost Beckettian awareness of the absurd; her use of double-takes and shifting points of view forces the viewer to renegotiate his perception of the world.

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