Ceal Floyer

Ceal Floyer

Work from her oeuvre.

The work of Ceal Floyer is nothing if not succinct β€” sometimes it can be pretty hard to spot: the image of a light switch, for instance, projected on to the wall of a gallery precisely where you would expect a light switch to be. But if her work can seem minimalist, she might just as easily make something large.
Floyer’s work, in a way, distils the “eureka!” moment. It captures the crux point between expectation and fact. It exposes the flip-side of life, it plays with the absurd. It has a quicksilver conceptual wit. “There’s a fine line between making sense of the world and making nonsense of it,” she says.” Rachel Campbell-Johnston, South Bank Show Breakthrough Award, Sunday Times, 6 January 2006

The work of Ceal Floyer is nothing if not succinct β€” sometimes it can be pretty hard to spot: the image of a light switch, for instance, projected on to the wall of a gallery precisely where you would expect a light switch to be. But if her work can seem minimalist, she might just as easily make something large.
Floyer’s work, in a way, distils the “eureka!” moment. It captures the crux point between expectation and fact. It exposes the flip-side of life, it plays with the absurd. It has a quicksilver conceptual wit. “There’s a fine line between making sense of the world and making nonsense of it,” she says.” Rachel Campbell-Johnston, South Bank Show Breakthrough Award, Sunday Times, 6 January 2006″ – via Lisson Gallery.

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