I’m Okay, You’re Okay

In the midst of developing new work for the forthcoming solo at MoB, Alice Lang recently curated I’m Okay, You’re Okay at LEVEL. The exhibition explored the relationship between anxiety and contemporary art practice and was accompanied by an awesome catalogue essay that I just have to share: Ok_Essay (kindly courtesy of Alice Lang). It fully conveys its subject. Not only does it describe how anxiety is expressed in each artist’s work, it embodies anxiety. Which surely, could not have been an easy task.

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