“Fitch and Trecartin push their remarkable exploration of the impact of technology on communication, language and the construction of identity to new extremes”
“The most consequential artist to have emerged since the nineteen-eighties” The New Yorker
“This is what art in the future will look like. Get used to it” The Daily Telegraph
In Priority Innfield Fitch and Trecartin pushed their remarkable exploration of the impact of technology on communication, language and the construction of identity to new extremes. Visitors entered a sealed environment, suggestive of shifted states of experience and perception.
The publication contains a number of entry-points into an expanded consideration of the Fitch/Trecartin cosmos. Ossian Ward interviews Lizzie Fitch on the collaborative process, Bridget Crone considers the bodies that populate the movies and New York based poet and teacher Kenneth Goldsmith’s draws attention to the connections between Modernist language experiments. Christopher Glazek’s close knowledge of the Fitch/Trecartin process allows a reflection on the complex way the contents of their art intersect with real world locations and histories.
Produced to coincide the Zabludowicz Collection exhibition Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin Priority Innfield 2 October–21 December 2014.
Edited by Paul Luckraft, Maitreyi Maheshwari and Isabel Venero
Designed by Mark Holt and Malcolm Southward