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Deborah Anzinger among collaborators of Full Service exhibition

 

As a part of the Five Years project, Jamaican artist Deborah Anzinger will showcase at the Full Service exhibition in London. The exhibition ​runs from November 17 to 26,2017. Other collaborators on this project include Blue Curry, Leah Dixon, Luke Drozd and Alex Schady. ‘Five years’ is a private collaborative artist charity project with exhibitions every 18 months.

The artists expose objects’ and bodies’ potential to transform our conditions— to heighten our perceived liberties. They highlight the line between public perception, and an identified participation in the curated control-centers that define those perceptions. Through their various media, these artists undermine commercial and industrial production value, to question the ways we understand our relationships to the workers, stages, and constructions that stylize our cohabitation of space.

For more information visit http://www.fiveyears.org.uk

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