I should say up front: I am a massive fan of David Shrigley. To save you reading a gushing paragraph of superlatives, I’ll defer you to Will Self’s excellent introduction to What the Hell are You Doing?, which captures David Shrigley's genius far more eloquently than I can manage.
Like much of Shrigley's work, How are You Feeling? At the Centre of the Inside of the Human Brain's Mind captures and cuts through the uncomfortable truths about the anxieties, obsessions, and dark and petty thoughts that swirl around our minds and make us human - all through his characteristic, ridiculously crude (in all senses of the word) line drawings and scribbled lines of text.
If you’ve not experienced Shrigley’s work before, be prepared to have your artistic sensibilities challenged. If you have, then you know to expect that each image will leave you with an uneasy, slightly discomfiting feeling borne of confusion, recognition and insight.