Pro-Social Fries brings together a new body of work created over the past few months locked down in Brussels. Through sculpture, wallpaper, animation and wall-based works Jack Burton explores ideas of social identity and redistribution in his new adopted country.
Bloomberg New Contemporaries returns to the South London Gallery for the first time since 1999. Guest selectors Benedict Drew, Katy Moran (New Contemporaries alumni 2006) and Keith Piper (New Contemporaries alumni 1986) have chosen 57 artists for the annual open submission touring exhibition
“Emotional Paintings about Economics” is a solo exhibition by Jack Burton. Burton’s practice considers the vertigo inherent in the all-encompassing, top-down view of macroeconomics, a system which tries to model economies on a national and global level in order to inform policy and, by extension, behaviour.