British artist John Isaacs challenges the everyday paradoxes of contemporary society with his visceral and grotesque imagery. Despite being mainly known for his sculptural works, Isaacs employs a variety of techniques like neon, bronze, Carrara marble, terracotta, video, and photography. For Isaacs, art ‘is a form of healing and philosophy’; his works are as different as many are the questions he attempts to reply to. In his own words: ‘A lot of the shows I do don’t look like a solo exhibition, they look, instead, like a curated group exhibition. This is a form of anonymity [...] ', a way to remove boundaries in his working practice. Placed together, indeed, his works create dialogues thanks to which unexpected meanings emerge.