David Shrigley features in 'Visual Language: The Art of Protest'
'Visual Language: The Art of Protest' is a group exhibition and survey of the symbiotic relationship between art and activism. It is an exploration of art as a societal crux between dissent and action. The exhibition features a selection of artists whose practice challenges systematic corruption imposed by those in power. The tone of the works gathered range from political, ironic, typographic, autonomous, and abstract, collectively serving as a beacon of resistance, awakening, and a confrontation of regressive politics.
Featured artists include Andrea Bowers, Gurilla Girls, David Shirgley and Ed Ruscha.