LELLO//ARNELL: Examination of Modern Living (After Herbert Matter)
2011, Chalk on blackboard, 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Examination of Modern Living (After Herbert Matter)</em><br/>2011, Chalk on blackboard, 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: Premonition | 2011 | Black glass, MDF | 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Premonition</em> | 2011 | Black glass, MDF | 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: Premonition | 2011 | Black glass, MDF | 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Premonition</em> | 2011 | Black glass, MDF | 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: Journey
2011, Chalk on blackboard, 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Journey</em><br/>2011, Chalk on blackboard, 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Examination of Modern Living (After Herbert Matter)</em><br/>2011, Chalk on blackboard, 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Premonition</em> | 2011 | Black glass, MDF | 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Premonition</em> | 2011 | Black glass, MDF | 200cm x 150cm
LELLO//ARNELL: <em>Journey</em><br/>2011, Chalk on blackboard, 200cm x 150cm
Solo exhibition
Epilogue
Jozsa Gallery, Brussels
10 SEP 2011 - 29 OCT 2011

We are very pleased to announce our upcoming solo exhibition at and representation by Jozsa Gallery in Brussels, Belgium.

This will be our first exhibition in Belgium, and will be part of the third Brussels Art Days and will feature new and previous work.

The exhibition will open on September 10th 2011 and run until October 29th 2011.

PRESS RELEASE, JOZSA GALLERY
EPILOGUE

It is a rejection of reality, a journey into abandonment of rationale, logic and history

Epilogue is the Norwegian/Swedish artist duo LELLO//ARNELL’s first exhibition in Belgium.

The artistic practice of Jørgen Craig Lello & Tobias Arnell is heavily characterized by a continuous relationship between fiction and forgery. Basing their work on historical anecdotes, people, movements and objects, these foundations are regularly twisted, dissolved, mangled and deconstructed in order to figure into a separate or analogue narrative.

Such is also the case with Epilogue. The exhibition functions under a guise of third party involvement, as the works are presented as the results of events taking place in a parallel reality, set and directed by the artists. In this reality, historical, mythical and individual fact and fiction areinterchanged, diluted, enhanced and restructured, creating a skewed - even twisted - reckoning of reality.

A conceived protagonist and/or cast of protagonists are subjected to environments which aggravate and challenge their sanity. The resulting works are artifacts from this ordeal - samples which set a frame of mind, or mood, through which to interpret.


For more information about the gallery, please visit www.jozsagallery.com
For more information about Brussels Art Days, please visit www.brusselsartdays.com/