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Alison Yip

Alison Yip – june, Berlin

Sleeping In examines notions of safety and rest, and their inextricable relationship to an individual’s most intimate space of a home—a site of shelter, coziness, and domesticity. The artists in this exhibition, CONNY (Tanja Nis-Hansen and Niclas Riepshoff), Antonia Nannt, Tanja Nis-Hansen, Jessy Razafimandimby, and Alison Yip navigate the ideas of comfort and tease out the individual that exists at the contentious bounds of productivity and rest, and wakefulness and slumber.

Alison Yip, Dortmunder Kunstverein

Alison Yip’s works negotiate the role of fantasy in a post-factual world and incorporate parapsychological derivations from figurative representation. Based on painting, the artist creates wall works, texts and sculptural objects that explore the ambiguity of our senses and the ambivalent perception of our interpersonal relationships. On the one hand, her paintings create new worlds …

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Alison Yip, Beursschouwburg, Brussels

Love. That’s what we’ll be talking about in autumn 2019. What exactly is the role and relevance of love in this individualistic, polarised, mediatised, competitive, post-colonial and climate-apocalyptic era? When we think of love, our minds almost automatically drift into the territory of couples, relationships and break-ups. But what do we see when we look …

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Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasured including works by Alison Yip reviewed in the Georgia Straight

There’s such an exuberance of colour, texture, and form in Vancouver Special that the overall impression is one of delight. Yes, there may be sombre subthemes swimming beneath the surface of the Vancouver Art Gallery’s ambitious new survey exhibition. And flickering shadows may be cast behind the paintings and sculptures, the installations and assemblages, the …

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