Exhibition

Haroon Mirza Solstice Star

On view at Lisson Gallery, London
24 Feb - 8 April

Verse and Lisson Gallery are coming together to present the digital artwork Solstice Star by artist Haroon Mirza, who merges physical art practices with digital interactions. Solstice Star is part of Mirza’s latest exhibition III at Lisson Gallery.

During the exhibition at Lisson Gallery, Solstice Star will be presented in various forms, serving as a unifying element throughout the exhibition. Visitors will be exploring Mirza's latest creations, including sound installations, moving images, sculptures, and staged living ecosystems. It will be possible for the gallery visitors, but also for the broader online community, to obtain and collect NFTs of the project on Verse.

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

Via a physical exhibition that will take place at Lisson Gallery, and a NFT release hosted on Verse, this temporary project will expand into a long standing community-building opportunity, allowing the artist to form a deeper connection with his audience and collectors, to further advance his artistic practices, and engage in ongoing collective research.

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

© Haroon Mirza; Courtesy Lisson Gallery

Artist

Haroon Mirza

Haroon Mirza was born in 1977 in London, where he still lives and works. He has a BA in painting from Winchester School of Art, and MAs in critical practice and theory from Goldsmiths College, London, and in fine art from Chelsea College of Art and Design. While evolving an a disciplinary practice, he manipulates electricity, his primary medium to devise sculptures, performances, and immersive...
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Curator

Lisson Gallery

Lisson Gallery is one of the most influential and longest-running international contemporary art galleries in the world. Today the gallery supports and promotes the work of more than 60 international artists across two spaces in London, two in New York, one in Shanghai and Beijing, as well as a forthcoming gallery in Los Angeles, opening 15 April. Established in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail, Lisson...
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