Grounded in global, conceptual art tendencies of the 1960/70s, For What It’s Worth looks at artists who generate, question, and infect value systems through their work. These systems might address values connected to exchange, to social structures, or to philosophical intangibles, and all the stops in between. Many of the selected works share an exploration of the codification of values through language and patterns of behavior.
Participating artists: Eleanor Antin, Roelof Louw and Tony Morgan.
Curated by Thomas Feulmer & Lisa Le Feuvre
The exhibition runs 2 February - 29 June.