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Juliette Lena Hager: Triptych (notation II)

Juliette Lena Hager: Triptych (notation II)


Juliette Lena Hager

Triptych (notation II), 2024

Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 310 gsm

51 x 51 cm

Limited Edition of 20

Signed and editioned by the artist


We're delighted to announce the release of three photographic reproductions documenting Juliette Lena Hager’s Triptych (notations), first exhibited at the gallery in 2023 as a sculptural installation. These assemblages feature object choreographies that explore structures and social rituals that negotiate and frame individual and collective experience. They operate as a rehearsed palimpsest where objects adopt the role of performer, revealing residual aspects of themselves that go beyond a utilitarian function, showcasing their inherent symbolisms.


Derealisation, perception during dissociative states and the disassembling of the self-evident are important concepts within this body of work. They underpin the lens through which the artist is approaching game, theatre and stage — in their somewhat fakeness, atemporality and simulation. Hager negotiates these scenes by setting her own compositional stages using objects that hold individual histories, exemplified by their marks, wear and materiality. This point of departure, working with items selected for their various rhythms, their fragments carrying dynamic associations, allots her room to then redraw the paths of communication between them, abstracting and re-appropriating them into warped theatres that encapsulate both the complexity and rigidity of social rituals and behaviours.


Juliette Lena Hager (b. 1998, France) lives and works in London. Her research-based practice combines methods of collecting, harvesting and assembling archival materials. Group exhibitions include: Tender Like Asphalt, Sherbet Green, London (2023); The last off-site show on the Earth, Off site and Plague Space, Krasnodar (2023); Fracture me, Tenderly, Greatorex Street, London (2023); This is Nowhere, and it’s Forever, artist-organised exhibition in the former Libris bookstore, Brussels (2023); Fair faire 2, 3537, Paris (2023); Language itself is a revolution, SOMA, Marseille (2022); 51.5323, -0.105, Candid Arts Trust, London; Hiraeth, Espace Future, Paris (2021); and Kevätsalonki, Kosminen Gallery, Helsinki (2021).

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