Jonathan Baldock

Jonathan Baldock
Jonathan Baldock, ‘Maske III’ (2019) © Jonathan Baldock. Image courtesy of the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

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You know that Twitter account called 'Faces in Things' that's basically a load of photos showing objects that look like they have a face hidden in them? Well there's a word for that: pareidolia, the psychological quirk ensuring we're pre-programmed to see faces in inanimate objects. Artist Jonathan Baldock is a big fan of this concept, which underpins many of his recent artworks. Like his recent exhibition at the Camden Arts Centre, this solo show contains a series of playful clay masks and plaques. 


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