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Uploaded on Nov 25, 2011
Carey Young discussed her recent artistic works which critique and satirise the 'management' and legal control of outer space. Using recent discoveries in astrophysics and space imaging, as well as creating new propositions in copyright law, her works use cameraless photography, installation, text and sculpture to investigate links between outer space law and ideas of landscape, colonialism and the 'real'. Young has exhibited widely including recent solo shows at The Power Plant, Toronto (2009), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis (2009), Paula Cooper Gallery, New York (2010) and the touring solo show Memento Park. She is represented by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York. Her touring solo show Memento Park is at mima, Middlesbrough.