“Yonder” is the title of the new project by the Irish artist Adam Fearon to be launched at Agora at 7pm on the 19th December 2013. Yonder – an Old English word that means “over there / in the distance”- suggests that which is out of reach, around the corner or not quite settled. The work is the product of a year of movement, transition and uncertainty. Thick layers of varnish turn the pages of the book dark and semi-transparent as images from his life bleed into those taken in his studio of sculptural sketches and abandoned works created during this provisional period.
For this launch in Berlin, the artist presents a limited number of this hand-made edition and extends its existence by occupying Agora’s top floor with an installation that expands “Yonder” sculpturally throughout the space.
About the Artist:
Adam Fearon was born in Dublin in 1984 and studied at the National College of Art and Design and most recently at the Staedelschule, Frankfurt am Main, under Simon Starling. Previous exhibitions and performances include those at the Rag Factory, Arts Admin, artsdepot and Café Gallery Projects in London; the Walker Art Museum in Liverpool; Occupy Space in Limerick; Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar Gallery, Filmbase and Monster Truck Gallery in Dublin; the Permanent Gallery in Brighton; the Bharat Nivas Gallery in Pondicherry, India and ArtScene Warehouse in Shanghai.For more information about the artist: