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/ Ed Atkins
View of Ed Atkin’s “Olde Food” at Cabinet, London, 2018.
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Patrick Langley

A boy in a bruise-pink jacket jogs through a dusky idyll, limp-kneed and panting for breath. The grass that flanks the path is dappled with blooming flowers: purple, yellow, orange, and white. In the foreground is an upright piano, incongruously plonked between two trees. The boy staggers past it and... continue reading
Ed Atkins’s “Warm, Warm, Warm Spring Mouths”

ISABELLA BORTOLOZZI GALERIE, Berlin

View of Ed Atkins’s “Warm, Warm, Warm Spring Mouths,” Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin, 2013.
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Kirsty Bell

If you are looking for an artist who really confronts the so-called “Digital Divide” and asks “what it means to think, see, and filter affect through the digital” (to quote from a critical dispute that recently played out in the pages of Artforum), then British filmmaker Ed Atkins is your... continue reading

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