Morag Keil — Moarg Kiel

Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London
0207 930 0493

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
30th January to 14th April 2019
Galleries (during exhibitions): noon to 7 PM (Wed, Fri–Sun), noon to 9 PM (Thu)
Tickets & Cost:
£3. See

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The ICA will be putting on the first major solo exhibition by Scottish artist Morag Keil.

The installations, films, paintings and drawings span the last eight years of her career and focus on her investigations into the "impact of data-capitalism and digital technologies on contemporary subjectivities".

Her work often incorporate lots of found materials and everyday objects that affect domestic life, such as home automation. She also tries to subvert the visual and aural sights and sounds found in computer games and commercial environments, in order to manipulate our behaviour and combat the cliched notion of gender.

Keil has decided to use this exhibition as an opportunity to reimagine some of her earlier works, many of which have not been previously exhibited in the UK.


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