Previously at the ICA - Events

Patrick Coyle, 'Design for Açaiphabet (detail)', Coloured pencil on printmaking paper (12.7 x 17.8 cm), 2015 + Francesco Pedraglio, (poema), performance, black vinyl and objects, variable dimension, 2015

fig-2 28/50: Patrick Coyle & Francesco Pedraglio

19 Jul 2015

Patrick Coyle and Francesco Pedraglio host their second performance at fig-2, bookending the week and marking the close of their exhibition. This performance mirrors in reverse the artists'  first performance on Monday evening, influenced again by a floating cedilla and based on an unauthorised translation of a piece by Edoardo Sanguineti, respectively.

28/50 Patrick Coyle & Francesco Pedraglio are at fig-2 from Monday 13 – Sunday 19 July 2015.

Patrick Coyle (b. 1983, Hull, UK) is an artist and writer. Recent solo performances include Old Language, Oxford Central Library; It Said, ANDOR Gallery, London; Hullture, City of Culture, Ferens Art Gallery and City Centre, Hull; Battlesea Bottling Station, Battersea Park and Pump House Gallery, London; I couldn’t possibly… without…, Whitechapel Gallery, London; She Couldn’t Imagine What It Looked Like, Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark and Royal College of Art, London; Walking Directions from Unknown Road, Norwich Castle Museum and City Centre; and Only Reference, Saison Poetry Library, Royal Festival Hall, London. 

Francesco Pedraglio is an artist working with writing, performance, film and installation. Selected recent exhibitions: Norma Mangione Gallery, Turin (2015); Kunsthalle Wien (2015); DropCity, Newcastle (2015); Museo de Zapopan, Mexico (2014); CCA Glasgow (2014); Rowing, London (2013); Jeu de Paume (2013), Kunsthalle Basel (2012); Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2012). His novel A man in a room spray-painting a fly was published by Book Works in 2014. He co-edited the anthology of artists writings Cadavere Quotidiano (X-TRA, Los Angeles 2014). The novella The Object Lessons was published by Mousse (2012). Pedraglio is a founding member of London art-space FormContent.

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