Chloë Manasseh exhibits in Fruits of the Lûm, the first exhibition by Tžužjj.


Chloë Manasseh exhibits in Fruits of the Lûm, the first group exhibition by Tžužjj. Manasseh’s paintings and video works explore the limits of representation and ideas of remixing reality, investigating senses that allow us to construct a limited simulation of what is around us, and with our limited perspective, our memory and imagination further distorts our perception of space.

Open 25th March 16 - 10th April 16 the exhibition presents a series of public-realm commissions in the form of custom-made light-boxes will be displayed around Liverpool, launched in tandem with an exhibition at CBS gallery, showing the work of five international emerging artists, Mike Aitken, Adam Ferriss, Holly Hendry, Jake Laffoley and Chloë Manasseh

Fruits of the Lûm is an exhibition in two parts. Locations of the five light-boxes will be revealed at the Private View on Friday 25th March. 

Fruits of the Lûm will be accompanied by 'Crit-a-Öke' on 09/04/16 at Bluecoat, Liverpool, an event exploring critical writing and theatricality. Details available at

Supported by Arts Council England| |

Chloë ManassehRecent exhibitions include The Names,Transition Gallery, London; The Book of Palms; Artist in Residence exhibition, SHHS, London; Multiplied 2015, Contemporary Art in Editions Fair, Christies, London; ExpoMilano, Università Cattolica, in association with The Vatican Pavilion, Milan

Recent Limited Edition Prints by Chloë Manasseh:


805mm x 610mm
Screenprint in 11 colours, on Somerset Satin 410gsm
Edition of 20
Signed and numbered by the artist
Published by Atelier Ji