Works by 20 artists are presented in the show, ranging from artificial intelligence, interactive installations, robotics and biometrics to gaming, video installations, virtual reality and photography.
If we could visit the exhibition, we would find ourselves in a labyrinth of tilting walls and shadowy spaces, conceived by Omar Kholeif and architect Todd Reisz to conceal and reveal 60 works by more than 30 artists.
Marlborough’s Frieze exhibitions are Paula Rego – From Mind to Hand, Drawings from 1980 to 2001, and Antoine Catala – Everything is Okay: Season 2. they are must-see during Frieze week.
Opening this week is a solo exhibition by New York-based, French artist Antoine Catala, titled Everything is OKAY: Season 2 at Marlborough Contemporary.
A group exhibition of works by Alisa Baremboym, Antoine Catala, Ian Cheng, Cecile B. Evans, Ken Okiishi, Philippe Parreno, Charlotte Prodger, and Rachel Rose.