James Joyce – part of the SHOUT Exhibition in Genk
In with a SHOUT
James Joyce’s artworks as part of the SHOUT exhibition at the C-mine gallery in Genk, Belgium are now installed and the exhibition is underway. He is one of five iconic European figures from contemporary graphic art and design whose work is displayed in the industrial architecture of the gallery, the others being Anthony Burrill, Eike Koenig, Marco Oggian and Morag Myerscough. Their pieces will also spill out from the gallery into the nearby square and the adjacent garden district of Winterslag. James’s works include three large installations – a large clown piece with an equally large circular painting and 14 screen prints, an installation of 26 flags with a wall mural, and he’s also included the ‘Perseverance in the Face of Absurdity’ video installation, unseen since being featured at Banksy’s Dismaland a few years ago. The exhibition is curated by Daan Linsen and Debora Lauwers of Alley Design Studio and runs at C-mine until 26 September 2021. More information can be found at the C-mine site.