Here is a little bit of the footage from the launch last Thursday – it was a BRILLIANT launch
Archive for November, 2008
Yesterday Larry went for a walk. He almost burned a few people and caused a bit of a stir and a couple of angry motorists but he was happy to be able to stretch his legs!
The Mutoids 3 tonne Canine will be going ‘walkies’ at 1.30pm tomorrow ( Thursday 27th) around Hoxton Square – get ourselves there early to watch along with a few film crews!
The next Thursday launch is on the 27th November and called Face Value.
Deface Value includes 30 artists from Tracey Emin to David Cameron ( yes conservative party leader ) who have defaced Phil Collins ‘Vace Falue’ album cover . There will also be an instillation based on ‘Parallel Lines’ Blondie album and ‘introspective’ Pet shop Boys album covers.
The Shutters were lifted on the gallery at 7pm Thursday to a brilliant crowd of artists, press, friends and family. The building was reverberating with oohs and ahhs, with all ages loving the vast array of art on show. Thank you to everyone that came and we hope that you had a great time. Just a small reminder that everything in the gallery is for sale and price lists are available from press office – email@example.com
Kerri Davenport-Burton is one of the brilliantly talented installation artists on the second floor of Behind the Shutters. Originally an award winning film director Kerri has turned her hand to Art.
This installation is inspired by Innocence, although no ordinary take on the naive, the exhibition will push your perception and test your morality. Kerri creates an experience, which probes modern ideas of morality, perception and social change using film, music and experimental sound techniques.
A series of constructed rooms on the second floor each entered via a small passageway ‘The Journey of John ”Fun” Fare’ is no banal trip.
Viewers walk through the subconscious as they navigate these experiences.