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Distortion at Venice Biennale

June 1, 2009 by Ellie

The 53rd International Art Exhibition, titled Making Worlds / Fare Mondi / Bantin Duniyan / 制造世界 / Weltenmachen / Construire des Mondes / Fazer Mundos, etc., directed by Daniel Birnbaum, will open to the public from June 7th to November 22nd 2009 in the Giardini and the Arsenale exhibition venues, as well as in various other locations around the city. 

This year, James Putnam has curated 'Distortion', which features works by many Other Criteria associated artists - Mat Collishaw, John Isaacs, Alastair Mackie, Tim Noble & Sue Webster and Gavin Turk - and which stems from the use of distorting effects in painting, notably from the 16th century Venetian tradition.

John Isaacs, Glass Eye...Glass Soul, 2008, 195 x 50 x 50 cm, 24 carat gold plated bronze, stainless steel, marble, wood, oil paint, antique cabinet unknown contents Courtesy: the artistJohn Isaacs, Glass Eye...Glass Soul, 2008, 195 x 50 x 50 cm, 24 carat gold plated bronze, stainless steel, marble, wood, oil  paint, antique cabinet unknown contents Courtesy: the artist

John Isaacs, I used to think I could change the world but now I think it changed me (Leg), 2005, 30 x 30 x 60 cm, Nickel Silver Courtesy: Private collection & Aeroplastics Contemporary, BrusselsJohn Isaacs, I used to think I could change the world but now I think it changed me (Leg), 2005, 30 x 30 x 60 cm, Nickel Silver Courtesy: Private collection & Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels

Skin Flick, 2009, 154 cm x 76 cm x 7 cm, Wood, LCD screen, mini-mac, aluminium, Courtesy: the artist & Bugada & Cargnel (Cosmic Galerie) ParisSkin Flick, 2009, 154 cm x 76 cm x 7 cm, Wood, LCD screen, mini-mac, aluminium, Courtesy: the artist & Bugada & Cargnel (Cosmic Galerie) Paris

Alastair Mackie, ‘Metamorphosis’, 2009, 67.5 x 34.5cm (glass), 4 mirrored bell jars, turned wooden bases, torchiere type stands, Courtesy: the artist & All Visual Arts, LondonAlastair Mackie, ‘Metamorphosis’, 2009, 67.5 x 34.5cm (glass), 4 mirrored bell jars, turned wooden bases, torchiere type stands, Courtesy: the artist & All Visual Arts, London

Tim Noble & Sue Webster, ‘Metal Fucking Rats’ (version 1), 2006, 51.5 x 53 x 19.6 cm, Welded scrap metal, projector, Courtesy: the artists & Gagosian Gallery, LondonTim Noble & Sue Webster, ‘Metal Fucking Rats’ (version 1), 2006, 51.5 x 53 x 19.6 cm, Welded scrap metal, projector, Courtesy: the artists & Gagosian Gallery, London

Gavin Turk, 'Clay workshop, Venice Biennale' (04/06/09) - photos courtesy of James Putnam

Gavin Turk, 'Clay workshop, Venice Biennale' (04/06/09) - photos courtesy of James Putnam

Gavin Turk - 'Clay workshop, Venice Biennale' (04/06/09) - photos courtesy of James Putnam

Gavin Turk - 'Clay workshop, Venice Biennale' (04/06/09) - photos courtesy of James Putnam

Gavin Turk - 'Clay workshop, Venice Biennale' (04/06/09) - photos courtesy of James Putnam

Gavin Turk - 'Clay workshop, Venice Biennale' (04/06/09) - photos courtesy of James Putnam