the tongue shapes words all too quickly2. Apr - 4. Apr 14 / ended Triangle Space
2-3 April, 12-7.30pm; 4 April 12-5pm
Shahin Afrassiabi, Elisabeth Ballet, Richard Bevan, Simona Brinkmann, Melanie Counsell, Mark Dean, Vicky Falconer, Lucy Harris, Melanie Jackson, Hannah James, Irena Kalodera, Isabel Mallet, Jayne Parker, Melanie de Quincey, Henrietta Simson, Phillip Warnell
'the tongue shapes words all too quickly' is an experimental project at Chelsea College of Arts’ Triangle Space. Sidestepping thematic positions on exhibition making, the show takes a more intuitive approach, bringing together the work of sixteen artists at various stages in their careers, and following the ensuing dynamics.
With its quickly changing exhibition programme, the Triangle Space offers a setting in which to work informally and responsively, colliding diverse practices from moving image to ceramic sculptures and text-based interventions. In putting things together, and allowing connections between works to articulate themselves gradually or spontaneously and at different registers, the exhibition will include new and untested works along with those reconfigured for the space.
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