AFFECTED - at Back Room Gallery

9 Sep 2021 – 12 Sep 2021

Regular hours

Thu, 09 Sep
13:00 – 18:00
Fri, 10 Sep
13:00 – 18:00
Sat, 11 Sep
13:00 – 18:00
Sun, 12 Sep
13:00 – 18:00

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Copeland Park

England, United Kingdom


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  • Peckham Rye Overground
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Collaboration by Tess Williams & Jay Price.
Bringing together elements of both artists’ practices, Williams’ presence is felt through mark making & gestural exertions, while Price leaves traces of themselves through schizophrenic excretions that pool like phantoms on Williams’ rich painted surfaces




Thursday 9th - Sunday 12th September: 13:00 - 18:00

Artist hosted event Saturday 11th September: 13:00 - 18:00

BACK ROOM GALLERY -  Holdrons Arcade, 135a Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST


Affected: collaborative works by artists Tess Williams & Jay Price.

Bringing together key elements from both artists’ varied practices, they have created an immersive experience for the viewer. Williams’ presence is powerfully felt through mark making, touch and gestural exertions. While Price leaves traces of themselves through text, confessions and schizophrenic excretions that pool like phantoms on Williams’ rich painted surfaces. The multi layered wall installations form an aesthetically stimulating landscape to visually engage and intrigue the viewer, encouraging them to connect with the rich material environment.

Tess Williams is an abstract painter who also works in installation with a Masters from Central Saint Martins. Williams has shown widely across the UK and Europe. Williams’ work exposes the 'act of creating' to the audience. Responding to urban landscapes, Tess brings material details of the city into the paintings. Working with both free hanging and stretched paintings, she explores the 2d and 3d properties and subtleties of materials.

Jay Price is an off-press, large-scale printmaker and cross-disciplinary artist with a Master's from Royal College of Art. They have exhibited and performed across the UK, Asia, United States and South America. Price's work is driven by direct dialogue and accessibility. Exploring a decade of psychotic episodes the artist works with everyday objects and text, either placing their experiences within the process of creating a piece, or using words written during hallucinations. Jay plays with context to make an alien experience relatable. 


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