Sean Crossley (b. 1987, Australia) lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. His works present a set of systems for dealing with subject matter as (simply) mass organized across space, synthesizing an array of deliberated or haphazardously found subjects and images through very gradual or rapid becomings. Loaded iconographies spanning from Hans Holbein drawings to decorative and botanical illustrations, to luxury food publicity are brought into an indifferent friction upon the picture plane. Crossley's practice has increasingly shifted towards the cultural and economic conventions of painting; how the overlapping subjects, forms and contexts of this rich critical site perform within visual cultures of speed and abundance. Crossley had exhibitions at the Dallas Art Fair and his first solo presentation at the gallery in 2019. He has recently taken part in the prestigious residency programme at WIELS Centre for Contemporary Art in Brussels.