Andrew and Eden Kötting – Excuse me, can you help me please? I’m terribly worried.

9 Jun 2022 – 31 Jul 2022

Regular hours

11:00 – 17:30
11:00 – 17:30
12:00 – 17:00
10:00 – 18:00
11:00 – 17:30
11:00 – 17:30

Free admission

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New Art Projects

England, United Kingdom


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  • 54, 276, 277, 38, 388, 55
  • Central Line Bethnal Green Tube
  • Cambridge Heath, London Fields.
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New Art Projects are delighted to present the first London solo exhibition Andrew and Eden Kötting. Excuse me, can you help me please? I’m terribly worried brings together their work collaborating in one capacity or another for over 34 years.


Questions of authorship can be raised: Who made what? Who instigated what? How did this magical world arrive and from who’s universe? While this uncertainty can be questioned, here it is celebrated and laid open, as ownership and authorship are replaced by a creative partnership, with startling results.

Working across a wide variety of media, the artists employ it to stand as a portal that cuts through different cognitive worlds and uses it to break down barriers and lazy definitions between traditional visual and neurological pathways. The exhibition includes drawings, collages, paintings and sculptures that were made before during and after the production of their award-winning film Diseased and Disorderly, which will also be shown. Tell-Tale Heads from the film are let loose through the galleries en route to the Tell-Tale Rooms Virtual Reality Experience which will also inhabit the gallery further breaking down the barriers between the artists and the worlds they have created.

This exhibition aims to firmly confront the idea that this kind of collaboration is unequal and instead looks to celebrate diversity within collaboration and to let every voice rise up equally. Here the freedom to create is an open door through which many people can enter in their own way. The exhibition not only gives a platform to the different voices that come to us in singular and complex ways it gives you access to the diverse world people around you inhabit, which are so often overlooked.

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Andrew and Eden Kötting


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