Exhibition

and the ground gave way tenderly

12 Jul 2017 – 16 Jul 2017

Lewisham Arthouse

London, United Kingdom

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Opening on the 12th of July with a performance, this site specific installation featuring new works – made from earth, fire, objects, guitars – will be in-situ for five days.

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In 2015 artists Susan Beattie and Charlotte Law spent two weeks in semi-isolation on a petrified lava field at Fljótstunga, Iceland.

Now as we collectively slide through once unimaginable shifts they reconvene to collaborate on an exhibition of work inspired by that expansive landscape.
Lead by visions of the living dead love child of John Carpenter and Marilyn Monroe.
By material mythologising.
By tenderness.

Opening on the 12th of July with a performance at 8pm, this site specific installation featuring new works – made from earth, fire, objects, guitars – will be in-situ for five days.
Beyond the opening performances are scheduled for 2pm and 4pm each day, with a special extended set in collaboration with invited sound artists for the closing on Sunday 16th from 2pm-3pm.

www.susanbeattie.com
www.charlottewendylaw.net/

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Exhibiting artists

Charlotte Law

Susan Beattie

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