In his work, the London based artist Harrison Pearce (b. 1986, UK) examines the mind-body duality, which has been an enduring problem of modern philosophy of mind. The minimal, sleek, industrially shaped sculptures in Pearce’s kinetic installations and thereto corresponding paintings explore an interplay between mechanical elements and organic forms that navigate the boundary between humanity and artificiality.

Harrison Pearce holds a BA in Fine Art from Winchester School of Art, an MA in philosophy from the University of London and an MFA from City & Guilds of London Art School. Recent solo exhibitions include Mou Projects in Hong Kong, Carl Kostyál in London and Baert Gallery in Los Angeles. His work will be exhibited at the Gwangju Biennale 2024 curated by Nicolas Bourriaud.