POLYPHONY20. Feb - 23. Feb 14 / ended Trinity Buoy Wharf
Opening Event 20 Feb: 6pm-9pm, Open 21-23 Feb 10am-6pm, Film & Music night 22 Feb 7pm - 10pm
POLYPHONY : London.
Trinity Buoy Wharf is pleased to present POLYPHONY at The Electrician’s Shop Gallery, London.
POLYPHONY is a multi-disciplinary group exhibition showcasing seven emerging artists’ most recent works. Held at Dockland's most exciting arts quarter in collaboration with Urban Space Management, it is the debut show in this newly renovated gallery space.
“Polyphony (noun) : Simultaneously combining a number of parts, each forming an individual melody and harmonising with each other.”
POLYPHONY seeks to explore the relationship between the physical and momentary. The works respond to varied perceptions of the everyday, of experience and the remnants of the live moment. The artists have been brought together by a shared essence, which runs through their diverse practices. With an interest in collaboration across disciplines, the works explore sculpture, video installation, live performance, ceramics and fashion.
Co-curator & artist Hannah Rose Whittle said, "I was excited to invite these artists to explore this unique space. Notions of time, narrative & transience are intrinsically woven through this historically rich site and are themes explored through the artists varied practices.”
With these common threads running through their works, yet with their individual voices, the artists engage in a dialogue with each other and the site. With each artist using their own language simultaneously, this unique group provide an exciting & imaginative showcase.
POLYPHONY is co-curated by Fionn Duffy & Hannah Rose Whittle. Includes works by Fionn Duffy, Alice Foxen, Lottie Hellyer, Jack Kindred-Boothby, Sulaiman Majali, Ed Sanders and Hannah Rose Whittle.
The exhibition will open with a public event on Thursday 20th February. Accompanied by an evening event on Saturday 22nd February, showcasing a film and live musical score by Ed Sanders & Mike Davies.
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