Lisson Gallery

Spencer Finch: The Opposite of Blindness

London, 1 April – 7 May 2016

Spencer Finch: The Opposite of Blindness

The edge of perception is explored in Spencer Finch's third solo exhibition, ‘The Opposite of Blindness’, at Lisson Gallery London. The title of the exhibition, a line taken from Anne Carson’s Autobiography of Red, refers to the notion of a broach approach to seeing; trying to get beyond what we normally think of as vision. Through a new installation, watercolours and pastels on paper, Finch tests the limits of objectivity, pursuing poetic ends with scientific clarity, and analyses the points at which conventional vision vanishes to become something else. 

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Location

27 Bell Street
London

Opening Times:
Tuesday – Saturday: 11:00am – 6:00pm

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