Vadim Rizov Reviews Swandown

As Andrew Kötting’s work is laced with rigorous philosophical quotations from the likes of Romanian philosopher EM Cioran, it’s safe to say he assumes a certain amount of theoretical knowledge on the part of his viewers.

Yet his journeys – from 1997’s Gallivant (around Britain’s coasts), to the 2003 book/installation In The Wake of Deadad(through England to Mexico with inflatable representations of his late father) and now in Swandown (up the River Thames) – depend on unselfconscious interactions with local residents who remain oblivious to the fact that they’re springboards for larger musings.

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