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‘Economy of the Dust'
Sandra Poulson

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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Installation View, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta I, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta II, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta VIII, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta III, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta V, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta VII, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta IV, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Planta VI, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Gradeamento, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Grade I, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Grade II, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Muro, ‘Economy of the Dust'.
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Muro, 2022, concrete, cotton drill fabric, hardener, aluminium wire.
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Muro, 2022, concrete, cotton drill fabric, hardener, aluminium wire.
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Muro, 2022, concrete, cotton drill fabric, hardener, aluminium wire.

We are proud to announce the opening of Sandra Poulson’s solo exhibition ‘Economy of the Dust’, opening Friday 13 May until 30 June, at 56 Conduit Street with a private view on Thursday 12 May from 6-8pm.

Developed during her four month residency at V.O Curations, the show will present a series of new works, which draw from the artist’s personal experience of growing up in Luanda — speaking to the social and economic landscape of the city, and reflecting upon its accidental gifts.

Sandra Poulson (b. 1995, Lisbon) is an Angolan artist who lives and works between London and Luanda. Poulson graduated from BA Fashion Print at Central Saint Martins in 2020. Among various group shows and art fairs, she has shown at South London Gallery (2021), Liste Art Fair Basel (2021), Arco Madrid (2021) (solo), Lagos Biennial (2019), Abuja Art Week (2020), Art Joburg (2020), Firstsite, Colchester (2021), Lethaby Gallery (2021, 2018), Nunnery Gallery (2019), Copeland Gallery (2018).

Poulson has had screenings at the Guggenheim NY (2021), Salts Basel (2021) and Boda Boda Lounge (2020). Poulson was awarded the Mullen Lowe Nova Award 2020, Your Nova Award 2020, the CSM Deans Award 2020, was selected for New Contemporaries 2021 and the BNC Digital Fellowship 2021.

Poulson’s work has been featured in Frieze Magazine, New Currency Magazine, Vogue US, Vogue Itália, Vogue Brasil, I-D, The Face, FAD Magazine, Creative Brief, Where’s the frame?, 10 Magazine, Creative Review, Artnet News, Jornal de Angola, AnOther Magazine among others.

Download the press release here