Johannes Bosisio, Hubert Marot, Gabriela Pelczarska, Andrei Pokrovskii, Pei-Hsuan Wang

Trespassing Threshold

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  • 💙 ZÉRUÌ
  • 🖤 Johannes Bosisio, Hubert Marot, Gabriela Pelczarska, Andrei Pokrovskii, Pei-Hsuan Wang
  • 💛 Gillies Adamson Semple

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'Trespassing Threshold’, installation view.
'Trespassing Threshold’, installation view.
Hubert Marot, ‘RDC (Giallo Exploit)’ (c-print, MDF, automotive paint and varnish, anti-reflective glass; 42 x 30 x 3 cm), 2023.
Hubert Marot, ‘RDC (Giallo Exploit)’ (c-print, MDF, automotive paint and varnish, anti-reflective glass; 42 x 30 x 3 cm), 2023.
Hubert Marot, ‘RDC (Blue Silk)’ (c-print, MDF, automotive paint and varnish, anti-reflective glass; 42 x 30 x 3 cm), 2023.
Hubert Marot, ‘RDC (Blue Silk)’ (c-print, MDF, automotive paint and varnish, anti-reflective glass; 42 x 30 x 3 cm), 2023.
Gabriela Pelczarska, ‘boundaries are where you end and others begin’, 2024, installation view.
Gabriela Pelczarska, ‘boundaries are where you end and others begin’, 2024, installation view.
Gabriela Pelczarska, ‘boundaries are where you end and others begin’ (LED light, steel and acrylic; approx. 62 x 34 x 11 cm), 2024.
Gabriela Pelczarska, ‘boundaries are where you end and others begin’ (LED light, steel and acrylic; approx. 62 x 34 x 11 cm), 2024.
Johannes Bosisio, ‘Micro Series L2401’ (oil and glitter on panel; 40.2 x 30.1 x 3 cm), 2024.
Johannes Bosisio, ‘Micro Series L2401’ (oil and glitter on panel; 40.2 x 30.1 x 3 cm), 2024.
Johannes Bosisio, ‘Portrait Series L2401’ (oil on linen; 38.5 x 29.5 x 2.8 cm), 2024.
Johannes Bosisio, ‘Portrait Series L2401’ (oil on linen; 38.5 x 29.5 x 2.8 cm), 2024.
'Trespassing Threshold’, installation view.
'Trespassing Threshold’, installation view.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’, 2023, installation view.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’, 2023, installation view.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’, 2023, detail.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’, 2023, detail.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’, 2023, detail.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’, 2023, detail.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’ (stoneware, glaze and luster; 70 x 40 x 40 cm), 2023.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Ahma Holding Up The Sky With One Hand’ (stoneware, glaze and luster; 70 x 40 x 40 cm), 2023.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Iris and Strawberries’ (graphite on paper; 37 x 27 cm), 2022.
Pei-Hsuan Wang, ‘Iris and Strawberries’ (graphite on paper; 37 x 27 cm), 2022.
'Trespassing Threshold’, installation view.
'Trespassing Threshold’, installation view.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Blowtorch’ (ink and oil on panel; 40 x 30 x 4 cm), 2023.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Blowtorch’ (ink and oil on panel; 40 x 30 x 4 cm), 2023.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Orchestra Pit’ (ink and oil on panel; 40 x 30 x 4 cm), 2023.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Orchestra Pit’ (ink and oil on panel; 40 x 30 x 4 cm), 2023.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Orchestra Pit’, 2023, installation view.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Orchestra Pit’, 2023, installation view.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Untitled’ (plywood, antique postcard; 23.5 x 31.5 x 6.5 cm), 2023.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Untitled’ (plywood, antique postcard; 23.5 x 31.5 x 6.5 cm), 2023.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Untitled’, 2023, installation view.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Untitled’, 2023, installation view.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Untitled’, 2023, installation view.
Andrei Pokrovskii, ‘Untitled’, 2023, installation view.
A group exhibition navigating the terrain of tension, surveillance, and possible phenomena of deus ex machina. Johannes Bosisio (b. Cavalese, Italy) is an artist based in London. He is a graduate of the Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin, and the Royal College of Art and Design where he obtained his MA in 2022. Recent selected solo and duo exhibitions include It Is Not Made Of Mud And Cannot Dream Of Returning to Dust, (Brownie Project Gallery, Shanghai, 2024), Welcome to my Melancholy with Sang Woo Kim (Supermarkt, Tokyo, 2023), Souls from Objects from Souls from Objects from Souls (ZÉRUÌ, London, 2022), and SHARP HYBRID CRASH (Galleria Doris Ghetta, Ortisei, 2022). Recent group exhibitions include , Junger Berliner Salon (Ludwig Space, Munich, 2023), on the flip side was (Guts Gallery, London, 2022), Slides Trio Exhibition (W.ONESPACE, Shenzhen, 2022), Detox Retox (Kali Gallery, Lucerne, 2022), and MY MOTHER WAS A COMPUTER (Indigo+Madder Gallery, London, 2022). Hubert Marot is a French artist based in Paris. He studied at Villa Thiole, Nice, and Gobelins, l’École de l’Image (Photography Department), Paris. Recent solo exhibitions include To remain still is to die (Studiolo, Paris, 2022) and Maniements (SIRA, Asnières-sur-Seine, 2020). Recent group exhibitions include Blossom (Galerie Rabouan, Moussion, Paris, 2022), Collection Vol. 1 (SIRA, Asnières-sur-Seine, 2022), For some bags under the eyes (Sans Titre, Paris, 2021), Double Triple with Thomas Fougeirol (Mecatech, Marseille, 2021), Dust: The Plates of the Present (Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2020), Your friends and neighbors (High Art, Paris, 2020), and Window Display (Fonda, Leipzig, 2020). Gabriela Pelczarska is a Polish artist based in London. She obtained a BA Fine Art in Sculpture at the University of Brighton and an MA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. Recent exhibitions include soft machines with Peter Batterby (SPLIT, London, 2024), Inside (Two Temple Place, London, 2023), Ground Work (Studio West, London, 2022), Lost in a Just-In-Time Supply Chain (Hypha Studios, London, 2022), City Entwined (Paradise Row Projects, London, 2022), Eastbourne Open (VOLT Eastbourne, East Sussex, 2022), It happens sometimes, people just explode, The Factory Project, London, 2021) and Awkward (The Stone Space, Leytonstone, 2020). Andrei Pokrovskii (b. Moscow, Russia) is an artist based in London. He studied at the Moscow State University of Printing Arts (Graphic Arts Faculty) and obtained a BA in Illustration at the British Higher School of Art and Design (Moscow) in 2019. Recent solo exhibitions include Сотовый/Cellular (Plague Space, Krasnodar, 2022) and Monasticon Universum (Osnova Gallery, Cube, Moscow, 2021). Recent group exhibitions include In Conversation: Chapter #3 with Dora Economou (RIBOT, Milan, 2023), The Unicorn and The Lost Kingdom (Osnova Gallery, Béton CVC, Moscow, 2022), Imprint (Sector1 Gallery, Bucharest, 2022), Myths and Meetings by Chance (Ural Vision Gallery, Ekaterinburg, 2022), Witness (The Foundation of V. Smirnov and K. Sorokin, Moscow, 2021), De Nos Jours, Osnova Gallery, London, 2021), G.O.D.2: Garden of Dreams pt.05 – Plague (Smena, Kazan, 2021) and Where to find Kasatiki? (Chicory, Zheleznogorsk, 2021). Pei-Hsuan Wang is a Taiwanese artist based in Ghent, Belgium. She is a graduate of Macalester College (St. Paul, MN, USA), where she obtained a BA in 2010, and of Cranbrook Academy of Art (Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA), where she obtained an MFA in 2012. Recent solo exhibitions include Gratitude Is A Coloured Vessel (Ballon Rouge, Brussels, 2023), Statues of Asking (Ballon Rouge, Art Brussels, Brussels, 2023), Ghost Eat Mud (Kunsthal Gent, Ghent, 2022), I’ve Left My Body to Occupy Others (Good Weather, Chicago, 2020) and For Iris (Gallery 456, New York, 2020). Recent group exhibitions include At the still point of the turning world (Artefact 24, STUK Leuven, Leuven, 2024), Publiek Park (Publiek Park, Antwerp, 2023), Discoveries (vcrb gallery, Antwerp, 2023), A Glittering Ruin Sucked Upwards (HISK Gosset, Brussels, 2022), and Either Too Quiet or Too Loud (Hong-gah Museum, Taipei, 2021).

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