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Joseph Buckley




Joseph Buckley was born in 1990 in Ellesmere Port, UK and now lives and works in New York City, NY. His work brings a formidable knowledge of science fictional premises, traumas and catastrophes into uncomfortable proximity with contemporary class and race politics. Through a critical sculptural practice, he foregrounds the violence of fabrication as an analogue for the social reproduction of inequality, bigotry and ecological collapse. Selected solo projects include Letter From The Home Office, Lock Up International, London; Traitor Muscle, Art in General, New York and Brotherhood Tapestry, Tetley, Leeds. Selected group exhibitions include Poor Things, Fruitmarket, Edinburgh; Friends & Family, Anton Kern Gallery, New York; Trouble in Outer Heaven: Portable Ops Plus, Southwark Park Gallery, London; I Don’t Know Whether The Earth is Spinning or Not..., Museum of Moscow and Cellular World: Cyborg-Human-Avatar-Horror at Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow as part of Glasgow International. In 2021 he received a Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship. In 2022 Buckley was appointed to faculty in the Sculpture Department at the Yale School of Art, New Haven. 

exhibitions

Joseph Buckley, Despair Engine
01.04 – 02.10.2024

readings

2023 | Fruitmarket, Edinburgh
2022 | Art in America
2020 | Living Content Online
2017 | Frieze



works

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