previews

  • Angela Bulloch

    Modern Art Oxford
    30 Pembroke Street
    October 8–December 18, 2005

    Curated by Suzanne Cotter, Reid Shier, Hendrik Driessen, and Matthias Hermann

    Though Angela Bulloch was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1997, this exhibition is her first substantial showing in Britain since then. Bulloch explores her concern with perceptual systems in a variety of media: light and sound works sensitive to ambient conditions; viewer-activated furniture and pixel boxes that reconfigure imagery from the films of Kubrick, Antonioni, and Tarkovsky. Each of these investigations should receive their due at the four venues involved in this presentation of Bulloch’s work from 1991 to the present. Interrelated shows will be mounted at the Vienna Secession (Sept. 15–Nov. 13), the De Pont Foundation, Tilburg, the Netherlands (Jan. 14–May 7, 2006), and the Power Plant, Toronto ( June 24–Sept. 4, 2006).