fig-futures: Charlotte Moth

Image Credit: Charlotte Moth

KARST, 22, George Place, Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3NY

01752 222676
[email protected]

Monday 18 March 2019 – Saturday 23 March 2019
Opening Event: Monday 18th March / 6-8pm
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Saturday / 11am-5pm
Booking recommended



Private View + launch: Monday 18th March / 6-8pm
Artist Talk: Monday 18th March / 6:30pm
Exhibition continues Tuesday 19th - Saturday 23rd March / 11am-5pm
fig-futures runs until Saturday 30th March
Free admission. No need to book.
Open to all.


This Spring, KARST, in partnership with The Box, Plymouth, will present an energetic programme of four exhibitions, each lasting for only one week (5-30 March 2019). KARST is the final gallery to host fig-futures’ UK wide tour, where 16 shows have and will place across the UK in 16 weeks, following fig-2, where 50 exhibitions were staged in 50 weeks at the ICA, London, in 2015.


Charlotte Moth was born in the UK and has lived and worked in Paris since 2008. She was nominated for the Prix Marcel Duchamp in 2017. Major solo exhibitions include MIT – List Visual Arts Center, Boston, Seeing While Moving (2017), the Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Travelogue, and Parc Saint-Léger, Pougues-les-eaux, Pensée Kaleïdoscopique (2016); Tate Britain Archive Gallery, Choreography of the Image (2015). The Centre d’art contemporain de Genève, Ce qui est fragile est toujours nouveau (2012). A monograph book Travelogue produced by the Kunstmuseum Lietchenstein was published in 2016 in English and German with a French leaflet. Forthcoming exhibitions include Colección XVII: Charlotte Moth, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo Comunidad de Madrid, curated by Caroline Hancock, 24 of February - 16 June 2019.


The final 2018-2019 fig-futures begins with drawings, paintings and videos by British artist Suzanne Treister, whose work speculates on the relationship between technology and alternative belief systems. For week two, Austrian sculptor and installation artist Eva Grubinger presents a 3D work that explores scale, context and the maritime as a metaphor. Paris-based Charlotte Moth will present architecture-inspired work in week three, including a new off-site installation in Plymouth’s iconic 1950s market building. In week four the programme will round off with Laura Eldret, whose work often involves audience participation, transforming KARST’s gallery into a space to socially engage visitors and community groups.


WEEK 1 / Suzanne Treister

5-9 March 2019
Private view + launch on Monday 4 March
Opening Event: fig-futures / Suzanne Treister

WEEK 2 / Eva Grubinger
12-16 March 2019
Private view + launch on Monday 11 March
Opening Event: fig-futures / Eva Grubinger

WEEK 3 / Charlotte Moth
19-23 March 2019
Private view + launch on Monday 18 March
Opening Event: fig-futures / Charlotte Moth

WEEK 4 / Laura Eldret
26-30 March 2019
Private view + launch on Monday 25 March
Opening Event: fig-futures / Laura Eldret


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