Joyce Yahouda Gallery

Text by Joan Fontcuberta, guest curator

« The post-photographic readiness to make use of overwhelming quantities of images is reminiscent of what Umberto Eco refers to as a “catalogue aesthetic,” as opposed to a “finished form aesthetic.” Today, production and distribution are no longer successive phases in the visual communication process – rather, they are merged into one simultaneous action. This creative strategy dictates the conceptual framework of Paul Wong’s works. A massive compilation of images fuels projections and video installations, based on complex classification criteria and spatio-temporal structures, governed by the “catalogue aesthetic.” »


Upcoming Exhibition(s)

Sylvia Safdie

Body – Transforming – Gesture

October 29 – December 19, 2015