Paul Abbott & Alex Roberts: What Hat am I Wearing Today? MOCA London, 3 - 23 September 2017

Alex Roberts (Artist), Paul Abbott (Artist), Roberto Ekholm (Curator)

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


    One of the two-person partnership and exhibiting artists for the duo-exhibition at MOCA London, Paul Abbott and Alex Roberts: What Hat am I Wearing Today? A multi-media installation exploring the non-stable identity-reality of living and working in the second decade of the 21st century.

    "Abbott and Roberts have worked together before. They are interested in how the site-specificity affects their separate and joint work. They are interested in process and the formal aspects of their individual and joint media; from the play with paint (Roberts) to a way of framing with the camera (Abbott); looking at the edge of things; observation in all forms". Roberto Ekholm, Curator.

    Alex presented five paintings alongside Paul's series of videos to create their combined install amongst a linked armature of metal industrial tubings.

    MOCA London - Museum of Contemporary Art Project Space.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLondon
    PublisherMOCA London
    Publication statusPublished - 3 Sept 2017


    • non-stable
    • identity-reality
    • fragments of narrative
    • 21st century survival
    • spectacle
    • observational musings
    • transient authorship
    • collaboration
    • site specific
    • site relational
    • installation
    • multi-media
    • painting
    • exhibition
    • artist partnerships
    • MOCA London
    • EKCO London


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