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Leila Peacock

Leila Peacock

vitrine presentation THE POINT

Friday the 26th of March 6pm, Rue Lambert Crickx 1 Brussels

Painted directly on the glass of the vitrine this diagram guides the eye into a descant of many possible conclusions. Helpful hands and thing-shaped thoughts point you towards productive uncertainties with gleeful incongruity. We are all susceptible to being susceptible in this whatever-ending story. 

Leila Peacock (b.1981, UK) is an artist and essayist who lives and works in Zürich. Drawing essays and writing cartoons, she creates large-scale hand-drawn installations that oscillate between the poetic, the comical, and the diagrammatic, populated by a maniacal marginalia used to embody thought-forms.

26/03/2021 - 30/04/2021

Rue Lambert Crickx 1 1070 Brussels