Heathers (dir. Michael Lehmann), 1988 (film stills)
Erika Ceruzzi, Andrea Crespo, May Hands, Deanna Havas, Lisa Holzer, Bradford Kessler, Rachel Maclean, Daniele Milvio, Kait Mooney


PV Friday 19 Sept, 6-9pm

Curated by Alex Ross

19 September – 25 October 2014

24m20s – 24m34s, 26m52s – 26m 56s, 27m12s – 27m14s, 27m27s – 27m28s, 28m31s – 29m11s, 29m15s – 29m16s, 29m49s – 29m58s, 30m01s – 30m11s, 30m15s – 30m47s, 30m52s – 31m20s, 1h03m36s – 1h03m39s

Supported by


The exhibition is part of the Art Licks Weekend Festival (3-5 October)

Erika Ceruzzi (b. 1990 in Kensington, MD. Lives and works in New York.) received her BFA from The Cooper Union, NY,  in 2012, and studied at Universitat der Kunst, Berlin (Class of Hito Steyerl). Recent solo exhibitions: m, i, n, e curated by Jamie Sterns INTERSTATE, Brooklyn, 2014. Recent group exhibitions: Sittin Sideways with Meriem Bennani and John-Mercer Moore at 41 Cooper Gallery, The Cooper Union, New York, 2012; Sugar Hill, curated by Dan Manso and Tschabalala, Self Essie Green Galleries, New York, 2012; Set for Life, curated by Alex Ito, AMO Studios, Brooklyn, 2012; Désires Archaïques, curated by Alexandre Stipanovich, Galerie Olivier Robert, Paris, 2010. In October 2014, she will be participating in a two-person exhibition with Alex Ito at Springsteen Gallery, Baltimore. She was recently accepted into The Still House Group residency program.

Andrea Crespo (b. 1993 in Miami, FL. Lives and works in New York.) Recent group exhibitions: Pre-Extinct, curation and works by Andrea Crespo and Danny Lane Russell, 2014; Datamine Conflux, curated by Nuno Patricio of Ofluxo,, 2014; SOULDRONE/SUPERDEMO, curated by Ian Swanson,, 2013; Crazy, Sexy, Cool curated by Jennifer Chan at .dpi, 2013; Pop-up gallery online vol. 1, curated by Nick Kegeyan,, 2013; iShot Andy, curated by Ana Cecilia Alvarez, Recession Art, 2013.

May Hands (b. 1990 in Brighton, UK. Lives and works in London.) Recent solo exhibitions: Work Programme 23, Community Arts Centre, Brighton, 2013; Objects, Camberwell College of Art Library, London 2012; Group Exhibitions: May Hands / Emanuel Röhss, T293, Naples, 2014; More or Less, Peckham Springs Gallery, London, 2013; New Fictions, Fallout Factory, Liverpool, 2013; Camberwell Degree Show, Camberwell College of Art, London, 2013; Hans Brinker Painting Prize, Amsterdam, 2012; Camberwell Arts Festival, London 2012; BASE, 2nd Year Show, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, 2012; Fleet Street Group Show, London, 2012. She was a finalist for the Hans Brinker Budget Painting Prize and was nominated for Yale Summer School in 2012.

Deanna Havas (b. 1989 in New York City. Lives and works in New York.) Recent solo exhibitions: Found Abstract Renders, NP/Envoy Enterprises, New York, in 2012. Group exhibitions: Revelry, curated by Tenzing Barshee, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, 2014; Contemporary Poetry, NADA New York, New York, 2014; First Responders, Good Work Gallery, Brooklyn, 2014; A Social Portrait in Writing, Favorite Goods, Los Angeles, CA, 2014; Publishing House, Arcadia Missa, London, UK, 2013; Offline Art: Hardcore, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany, 2013; Klaus_eBooks, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, 2013; The Download, Rhizome, New York, 2013. In 2014, she was a resident at 89plus: Poetry will be made by all, LUMA/Westbau, Zürich, Switzerland.

Lisa Holzer (b. 1971 in Vienna. Lives and works in Berlin and Vienna.) Recent solo exhibitions: Art Basel Miami Beach, Nova Section (w. Plamen Dejanoff), presented by Galerie Emanuel Layr, Miami, 2013; Liste 18, Art Fair Basel presented by Galerie Emanuel Layr, Basel, 2013; db Geld/Gelb bzw. Grün GGG Geh Geh Geh (b. Chiara Minchio), After Yes1, 2012; Dingum 6, Tiergarten Eins, Berlin, 2012; Ich bin in der Mitte deines Bildes, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna, 2011. Selected group exhibitions: A Matter of Taste, The Ister at -1 invites Dingum, Paris, 2014; Power of Chi, Spreez, Munich, 2014; In (The Mix) and on the go (Univers) for those in the know (Wanda), Scriptings / Achim Lengerer, Berlin, 2014; It’s my hair and i can do what I want with it!, Galerie Kamm, Berlin, 2014; D.R.E.S.S.I.N.G., Space, London 2014.

Bradford Kessler (b. 1982 in High Plains, KS. Lives and works in New York.) is currently completing an MFA at The School of Visual Arts, New York. He received his BFA in sculpture from the University of Kansas. Recent solo and two-person exhibitions: Pile of Mist, 247365, New York, 2014; Stink By Instinct, Welcome Screen, London, 2014; Ever Renewed and Renewing, Fitness Center for Arts and Tactics, Brooklyn, 2013; Eternity Pains, MFA Thesis Exhibition, School of Visual Arts, New York, 2013; Resistance To ___________, (with Matt Hope), The Temple, Beijing, 2011; Monumental Ghostly Heights, Dafeng Gallery, Beijing, 2010; Origin of life, (with Chip Rountree), Dafeng Gallery, Beijing, 2009. Selected recent group exhibitions: Dull Theatrics, curated by by Mark Sengbusch, Penelope, Queens, 2014; Brunette, curated by Monica Mirabile, Otion Front, Brooklyn, 2014; Maspeth World of Wheels, with 247365, Knockdown Center, Queens, 2014; Magnum Opus, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Delaware, 2014; Deceptor, curated by Kessler & Kessler, FIFI Projects, Mexico City, 2014; Paramount Ranch Art Fair, with Audio Visual Arts, Paramount Film Ranch, Los Angeles; The Temptation of AA Bronson, Witte de With, Rotterdam, 2013; Frequency Response, Electronic Arts Intermix, New York, 2013; LA Art Book Fair, Printed Matter booth, The Geffen Contemporary at MoCA, Los Angeles.

Kait Mooney (b. 1990 in Seattle, WA. Lives and works in Oakland, CA.) Mooney received a BFA from California College of the Arts in 2012 and is the director of Doubt It / Talk Series. Solo exhibitions: understudy, n/a, Oakland, CA, 2014; Spread Out As A Sensing Subject, Interstate Projects, 2013. Group exhibitions: Ever Y Thing Zen, organized by Important Projects, Jancar Jones, Los Angeles, 2014; Last Paint, Mission Comics, 2014. She has an upcoming solo exhibition at Bad Reputation in Los Angeles, CA. She will present an upcoming solo exhibition at Bad Reputation in Los Angeles, CA.

Rachel Maclean (b. 1987 in Edinburgh. Lives and works in Glasgow.) Maclean graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2009 and has exhibited across the UK and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions: Happy & Glorious, CCA, Glasgow, 2014; I HEART SCOTLAND, The Edinburgh Printmakers,  2014; Invites, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2014; Quick Child, Run, Trade Gallery, Nottingham, 2014); Over The Rainbow, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, 2013; Space Time: Convention T, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2013; Lolcats, Generator Projects, Dundee, 2012. Group exhibitions: Focus on Film, The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 2014; Tonight, you can call me Trish, LAB Gallery, Dublin, 2014; Film London Jarman Award as part of screening programme touring Whitechapel Gallery, London, FACT, Liverpool, CCA, Glasgow, Nottingham Contemporary, Cornerhouse, Manchester, 2014; Costume: Written Clothing, Tramway, Glasgow, 2013; As real as walking down the street and going to the grocery store, Rowing, London, 2013.

Daniele Milvio (b. 1988. Lives and works in Rome and Ansedonia.) Solo shows (selected): none. Recent group exhibitions: few (Tufo; Gasconade, Milan, 2014). Upcoming projects: certainly.