Virtual Exhibition – Jesse Darling: No Medals No Ribbons

Screenshot of the virtual exhibition of Jesse Darling: No Medals No Ribbons at Modern Art Oxford. A large steel sculpture that looks like a large unbalanced ladder or rollercoaster fills the main gallery. There are coloured tags dotted across the space.
Jesse Darling: No Medals No Ribbons, virtual exhibition, 2022.

Wherever you are in the world, we are giving you the chance to explore Jesse Darling’s major new exhibition No Medals No Ribbons online.

Click below to enter the exhibition and start exploring. Hover over the coloured tags to find out more about the artworks, the artist and the themes of the exhibition.

About the artist and the exhibition

Over the last ten years Jesse Darling (b. Oxford, UK) has explored how systems of power – such as government, religion, ideology, empire and technology – can be as fragile and contingent as mortal bodies.

Working across sculpture, installation, video, drawing and text, their distinctive artworks expose contradictions held within dominant narratives about the world, our bodies, and our lives together. Darling’s work often combines industrial materials with everyday objects to evoke counter histories and ideas of instability and dysfunction. Their work offers powerful models for rethinking the concept of resistance, where vulnerability is seen as a strength rather than a weakness.

No Medals No Ribbons is on display at Modern Art Oxford until 1 May. Find out more about the exhibition and plan your visit.

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