Guernsey-born, Paris-based artist Isaac Lythgoe
was trained in painting before he started experimenting with sculpture but his approach has always been material-based and multidisciplinary. His latest group show, On the edge of all this sprawl of night and cities
, which he also curated, opened at Super Dakota gallery in Brussels on the January 12 and features the work of two fellow sculptors Yein Lee and Janne Schimel. The show takes us on a journey to a space of in-betweens, where nature and technology desperately try to coexist, questioning the complicated place of the human body and emotions within this space. Through sculpture and writing, Isaac deals with the tension between the growing influence of technology, the limits of our human bodies and the dangerous ways in which we try to transcend these.