Sundy will be exhibiting a joint presentation by English artist Kate Mackeson and English/Swedish artist Henrik Potter.
Both artists are concerned with questions around embodiment, precarity and health, in particular the body and its performance within a socio-economic context.
Kate Mackeson is interested in physical and mental effects that these conditions have on our bodies and how we express them, whereas Henrik Potter understands his works as both, active agents of communication and embodiments of these experiences.
Kate Mackeson (1985) was born in Taunton, England and lives and works in London.
Selected solo and group exhibitions include: Moods II, Villa Concordia, Bamberg; Digestif, La Plage, Paris, 2019; Moods, Fructa Space, Munich, 2019; Life Hacks, BQ, Berlin, 2019; On connaît le début on connaît la fin, Exo Exo, Paris; Newstalgia, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, 2018; Lovers, Sundy, London, 2018; Landlords are not currently collecting rent in self-love, Cell Projects, London, 2016; Hygienic Sigh, MARS!, Munich, 2015.
Henrik Potter (1984) was born in Lausanne, Switzerland and lives and works in London.
Recent solo and group exhibitions include: Heedless Sleep, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart, 2019; Heads, Lucas Hirsch, Düsseldorf; Daydreaming, Sundy, London, 2019; Landlords are not currently collecting rent in self-love, Cell Projects, London, 2016; Down Where Changed, Cubitt, London, 2014 and PdT, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2012.