Behind the scenes look at Doze preparing his show, Luminosity in the Dark Rift, for Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC.
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Words from the press release:
Giles Walker‘s extraordinary Last Supper. A fully animated sculpture consisting of thirteen mechanical figures who interact around a table.
A year in the making, this remarkable work is simultaneously humorous and frightening. The Last Supper surpasses the audience’s initial interest in the robotic elements of the piece and draws us into the questions it poses and the all too human aspects it addresses. It promises to leave a lasting impression on those who have the opportunity to experience it.
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Right back to when we were at school Wig Worland had a passion for Skateboarding & BMX. Most Weekends & evenings were spent as a group out on our bikes or boards come rain or shine either under a local underpass or at the adventure playground building ramps & a half-pipe. From those days forwards the camera has been the tool of Wigs trade with his images appearing in a plethora of Skateboard, BMX & Mountain biking magazines as well as many other places.
I’ve always enjoyed Wigs work so I’m all the more excited to see him participating in ‘Out of Stock’ opening this coming Thursday at Stolenspace Gallery.
You can also find more information and images from Stockwell at Outofstockwell
‘Out of Stock’
A Skatepark Exhibition
The Old Truman Brewery,
91 Brick Lane,
‘Skin Deep’ a solo show from Ron English is packed with stunning paintings of his trademark characters in his unique and meticulous style.
You really do need to see these works in the flesh to truly appreciate the work that has gone into each and every painting. The show runs from Friday 24th June through to July 23rd at Lazarides Rathbone Gallery.
‘ISAM: Control Over Nature’ combines Amon Tobin’s sound design and elements of the new ‘ISAM’ album, alongside Farmer’s trademark sculptures (constructed from bits of organic material, such as roots, dead insects and bones). It will run at The Crypt Gallery in Euston, London, between the 26th May and the 5th June 2011, before being taken to Paris (Galery Art Roch) between the 13th and 23rd June. Dates are also being confirmed for Brussels, Berlin, and North America later in the year.
Further information on the project can be found at www.amontobinisam.com
AMON TOBIN + TESSA FARMER PRESENT:
‘ISAM’: CONTROL OVER NATURE
26th May – 5th June (11am – 5pm everyday – FREE ENTRY)
The Crypt Gallery, below St Pancras Church, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BA