Rosa Aiello and Patricia L. Boyd



Private View Thursday 31st January 6-9pm

Around two corners, built for the exhibition, Aiello and Boyd present new sculptural, photographic, and sound works. From the air in the gallery, to the nuts and bolts of grammatical formulations, the works are conceived in relation to conditions that are already present.

Rosa Aiello (b. 1987, Hamilton, Canada) lives and works between Berlin and Hamilton. Recent exhibitions include The Coquette, The Prude, at The Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Builder and Demon, Éclair, Berlin; Fate Presto, at Museo Casa Masaccio, San Giovanni Valdarno; Acoustic Holographic Language, Bureau des Réalités, Brussels. Her writing has been published in Triple Canopy, CanadianArt, Art Papers, and F. R. David. Her video works are part of the public collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), and of the Centre George Pompidou (Paris). 

Patricia L. Boyd (b. 1980, London) lives and works in New York. Recent solo and group exhibitions include: Other Mechanisms, Secession, Vienna; 1856, Melbourne; Good Grammar, Potts, Los Angeles (all 2018); Operator, 80WSE, New York; Us, 3236RLS, London; Mechanisms, The Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco; Interiors, Front Desk Apparatus, New York; AEROSOL, 500 Capp Street Foundation, San Francisco (all 2017); Metrics, Modern Art Oxford (2015). She has received moving image commissions from EMPAC, The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center, Troy (2015-16); and Frieze Film, London (2013).

Developed with the generous support of The Arts Council England and the Canada Council for the Arts.