Fourthland artists Isik Sayarer and Eva Knutsdotter create artworks across mediums of sculpture, installation, performance, film and social - and ceremonial practice. Their process led research and long-standing commitment to social practice repositions marginalised knowledge in order to form new modes of social and environmental consciousness with diverse communities and cultural groups. Through the collaborative journey of creating art works, the work becomes a vessel for transforming exchange - producing new myths between land and people as an antidote to modes of separation held in modern society. Since 2008 the work has sought to collectively develop the myths that are essential to enchant and reposition forms of kinship to foster a deeper connection to the land and each other.
Recent exhibitions include works for: A+C, Legion Projects, Kestle Barton, Haarlem artspace, Café OTO, PEER, SPACE, Somerset House, Arnolfini, UCL, South London Gallery
Recent reviews include: Caroline Douglas, director of Contemporary Arts Society CherrySmyth, Art Monthly and Tanya Harrod in Crafts Magazine.
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