Paradise Works is delighted to present artist Cherry Tenneson’s first solo exhibition, Half of Two Days of Everything. Tenneson’s practice often involves accumulating and transforming everyday signs and objects, and through this examination of seemingly disparate and commonplace elements, the absurdity of the everyday is exposed. She is interested in exposing the inherent flaws and banality in the language of advertising, commodification, and instructional procedures.
For the preview, Tenneson and Laura Weaver present a new performance that takes an absurdist look at the impact of technology on society. The exhibition is curated by Zoe Watson and is open 12-5pm on Saturdays between 3 Mar-14 April or by appointment.