Daragh Reeves (1974, UK) uses a variety of media in his work, with film as his main reference.
His newest installation involves a 16-millimeter film projector screening a stop-motion recording of a watch as seen through a jeweler’s shop window. The piece continues the artist’s fascination with creating time zones that lie between the recorded image and the present.
The exhibition Opening Hours will also feature supporting photographs, drawings and sculptures.
Reeves studied art in London (BA, Camberwell College of Arts), New York (MFA School of Visual Arts) and Amsterdam (de Ateliers). He has recently completed work residencies in Rio de Janeiro (Capacete) and Japan (Arts Maebashi).