Chisenhale Gallery presents a solo exhibition by London-born, New York-based artist Nick Relph, who works across video, drawing and installation. This commission of an entirely new body of work will be Relph’s first major solo exhibition in a public institution following his ten-year collaboration with Oliver Payne (1999–2009). 
Tomorrow There Is No Recording examines handicraft, materials and ideas of value and exchange, and the relationship of industrial processes to contemporary economic models. Using a four-harness floor loom, Relph has fabricated a series of small weaves using materials including polyester, rayon, silk, monofilament, latex and paper.
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