The Zabludowicz Collection’s new exhibition, “Emotional Supply Chains”, investigates the construction of identity in the digital age and the tensions that spark from it as a result.
Whilst we have come a long way since the early sounds of dial-up, our freedom within the realm of the internet is constantly compromised and contradicted. Featuring 17 leading international artists and including four new commissions, all works are drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection and produced since the year 2000. Divided into three parts, the “dualities of self”, the “performed and networked self”, and “origins and renewal”, the exhibition explores all aspects of contemporary identity. Exhibited artists include Aleksandra Domanović, Neïl Beloufa, Simon Denny, Ann Hirsch, Pierre Huyghe and Daniel Keller to name a few.
Here, the collection share views from inside the show.