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The congruence in the works can be found in the collective use of narrative structures and an interest in how identities are formed and distributed via these structures. From Matt Copson’s use of medieval allegory to form effigies of irreconcilable contemporaneity to Cooper Jacoby’s analysis of mythological symbols to examine infrastructures of circulation to Mélanie Matranga’s employment of avant-garde filmmaking strategies to access contemporary social habits and attitudes each artist has created a specific methodology to understand and interpret the various ways in which our selves are manifested and diffused.

Mélanie Matranga (b. 1985, Marseille, FR) Recent solo shows include, Centre d’edition Comptemporaines (Geneva), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Karma International (Zurich), Indipendenza Roma (Rome), Frieze Artist Award (London), Prix Fondation Ricard (Paris)

Cooper Jacoby (b. 1989, New Jersey, USA) Recent solos shows include, Luma Westbau (Zurich), Kunsthalle Baden-Baden (Baden-Baden), Freedman Fitzpatrick Gallery (Los Angeles), KW Institute (Berlin), Mathew Gallery (Berlin)

Matt Copson (b. 1992, Oxford, UK) Recent solo shows include, (forthcoming) Fondation Louis Vuitton (Paris), Reading International with Alastair Mackinven (Reading), The Magazine at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery (London), Tramps (London), Vilma Gold (London), Bloomberg Contemporaries (London)

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Matt Copson, 1992, GB

Cooper Jacoby, 1989, US

Mélanie Matranga, 1985, FR