LONDON.- Camden Arts Centre
present a new exhibition curated by British artist Simon Starling, the latest in a series of artist-selected shows. After completing a residency at the Centre in 1999, Starling returned in 2000 with a solo show. He was the winner of the Turner Prize in 2005.
This exhibition, entitled Never The Same River (Possible Futures, Probable Pasts), will pick up on ideas and methods used by the artist in his own work and is inspired by the writings of Jorge-Luis Borges and George Kubler. It aims to create a temporal cacophony by orchestrating a series of collisions between spatially and historically remote works, that themselves push and pull at an understanding of linear time.
Conflating works already exhibited at Camden Arts Centre during the past five decades, the works in Starlings exhibition will be installed in the exact position they occupied the first time around. These fragments of the Centres history will be staged alongside new works by Sean Lynch, Michael Stevenson and Jeremy Millar, which represent an imagined prospective programme: the probable past and possible future of Camden Arts Centre momentarily coming together in an unstable present.
Never The Same River will redeploy fragments of exhibitions such as Hampstead in the 30s (1975), Photography into Art (1973), Environments Reversal (1969) as well as a number of previous artist-selected exhibitions.The exhibition s on view until 20 February 2011.