Bard College Berlin Presents
Monday, September 17, 2018

"Plugged in Dead" - Artist talk Sachin Kaeley

Bard College Berlin
On Monday, September 17, 2018 Bard College Berlin will host British artist Sachin Kaeley for a talk entitled “Plugged In Dead.”

During these last years, Sachin Kaeley’s work has devised a mode of thought in which painting can occur as an accomplice to the free operations of continuity and discontinuity. This logic has produced a series of works that behave similarly to a matrix, a system of looking in which the centre, the original, the primordial or the first gets displaced, mobilised or stuck in time indefinitely.
- Christian Camacho Reynoso

Sachin Kaeley (b. 1982, Bedfordshire, UK) lives and works in Berlin. He has an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art. His paintings and casts have been shown internationally in solo exhibitions, most recently “Two Months Later” at Seventeen in London (2017); “A ghost With a Finger on Your Tongue” at Murias/Centeno, Porto (2016); and “Accompanied By Sound” at the Contemporary Fine Arts Galerie, Berlin (2015); as well as in group exhibitions in Kassel, Paris, Milan, Brussels, Milan, Geneva, and Berlin. Kaeley is the recipient of the 2012 Matthews/Wrightson Charitable Trust Fine Art Award. He held the 2011/12 Cite International Des Arts, Paris Studio Residency and he was the 2012/13 artist resident at the Virginia Commonwealth University in the frame of the Fountainhead Fellowship.

This event is connected to John von Bergen's course "FA210 MORE Than A Thousand Words: Experimental Picture-Making."

Date & time: Monday, September 17, 2018, from 5:30pm
Venue: Bard College Berlin Lecture Hall
Platanenstr. 98a, Berlin - Pankow (map)
Admission free

Contact information:  communications@berlin.bard.edu

Location: Bard College Berlin

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