I Could Always Crack a Joke showcases a new body of work by Elsa Rouy that ridicules, empathises with, and embraces the bizarre navigation of the human condition. The exhibition explores an introspective exploration and navigation of the self, using the body and its corporal properties to express ideas centred around separation, sexuality and dependency. Featuring a painting series, a sculptural installation and a printed publication, the artworks disengage the links and language between the corporal body and the preternatural mind. Where the artist herself, in various forms is on display, toying with alternate versions of her own psyche. Two...