Coco Crampton in Estragon at Belmacz Gallery, London (3 April-11 May 2019)

Coco Crampton (5-102) is exhibiting in Estragon at Belmacz Gallery alongside Mikael Brkic, Magdalena Drwiega, Johanna Magdalena Guggenberger, Agata Madejska, Lydia Ourahmane, Michalis Pichler, Theodoulos Polyviou, Yelena Popova, Anys Reimann and Bella Rune.

'Estragon summons practitioners from across the Eurasian tectonic. Whilst structural conveniences begin to collapse and the remnants of enlightenment ideas are nullified, Estragon extends a welcome to estrangement from the peripheries of an imagined, contingent space. Here a circle closes, precipitating surrogate teleologies. Resuming the central premise of Interkontinental (Belmacz, 16.04-18.06.16), Estragon visualises methods of mediated and mutating coexistences.

New histories of abstraction transport the object through radically altering fields of distinguishability. Through speculative orchestration, we will construct a governing framework for community socialisation, object-to-object meaning disclosure and carnal interactions, displaced from cultural and mythical origins. Horizontal extremities converge today: poles on the left and right shift, demagnetise. The contention of synchronicity and dissonance is no longer relevant; the impulses of isolation, bewilderment and arbitrary abrasion traverse beyond the vanishing point.' - text courtesy Belmacz Gallery.

Download Estragon pdf here

Belmacz, 45 Davies Street, London W1K 4LX.
Open Monday-Friday, 9.30am-6pm, available by appointment.

More information here: