Eugene Macki’s show presents recent works that focus on the paradox of dividing and connecting. His sculptures attempt to highlight the relationship between two or more things on the one hand, and the role of self on the other. Eugene once said: ‘I am interested in the subtle irony between a medium and its ability to reveal or disclose information – the aim is to create an open ended situation’.
Eugene Macki grew up in Hackney, East London. He holds an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Arts. He received a fellowship from Atelier Austmarka in Norway, and was invited to participate in a residency at the Muse Gallery in London. Recent exhibitions have included: Between Two Lines at The Crypt Gallery, Barbican Arts Group Trust annual exhibition, Soho Sculpture Prize with Morgan Lovell, The London Group centenary exhibition and The Royal Academy of Arts summer show.
For more information on Eugene’s works, please visit eugenemacki.com
- Private view: Thursday 8 September, 6.30 to 8.30pm
- Artist’s talk: Saturday 1 October, 2.00 to 3.00pm