Carey Young is a visual artist based in London. She has developed her artistic practice from a cross-fertilization of disciplines including law, politics, science and business. She uses various media including video, photography, performance, installation, text and sound. Young’s work has been exhibited widely, including solo shows at La Loge (Brussels), Towner Art Gallery (Eastbourne), Dallas Museum of Art, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst (Zurich), The Power Plant (Toronto), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and Eastside Projects (Birmingham), and recent group shows at Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris and Brussels), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Hayward Gallery, Tate Liverpool and Tate Britain amongst many others. She is represented by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.
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Experimenting with ideas of time, space and physicality, Carey Young’s body of artistic work explores law as a separate kind of ‘reality’, one with its own inherent subjectivities and points of breakdown.
‘Missing Mass’ (2010) is a sculptural work created with the scientific guidance of Prof. Malcolm Fairbairn, an astrophysicist based at King’s College London and is exhibited at the Science Gallery, London exhibition ‘Dark Matter: 95% of the Universe is missing’.