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Recent exhibitions include Zabludowicz Collection Invites, Leks at Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam, middens at Kingsgate Workshops, London, and SILLETEROS at Kinman, London. Victoria Adam makes sculptures intended to be experienced close-up and that draw people into their intimacy. The work borrows from the world of the health and beauty aisle, domestic space and contemporary anxieties. Adam is based in London and graduated from Royal Academy Schools in 2015.
Richard Lockett’s work proposes the viewer to cast a different eye on the familiar and on the magic of the mundane. His abstract drawings/paintings can be perceived as emotional and meta-linguistic thought patterns refusing a one dimensional reading. Their most crucial aspect is the rhythmic deconstruction of the forms established in his sculptural work. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Follow The Trail, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam, Timothy Davies, Cameron Irving, Richard Lockett, Sung Tieu, Stray Cabs Taxi Buro, Berlin and Entre el tren y el andén, Metro Polanco, Mexico City. Richard Lockett holds an MA in Computational Arts from Goldsmiths College, is a graduate of The Slade School of Fine Art and begins at Royal Academy Schools in 2016.
Isabel Mallet makes 'un-authored' sculpture using text, images, noise, objects and materials. She endeavours to un-freeze sculpture by using performative elements and materials that have 'living' qualities and inherent processes. The 'un-authored' nature of the work relates to the roles of space and material as authors. Born in Starkville, Mississippi, Isabel Mallet is currently living and working in London. She graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2012 and has since exhibited nationally and internationally under various aliases. She is responsible for the online magazine FORM IV, an ongoing archive of the “anarchic combat style of NOW”.
Christian Tonner’s work is spanned between a flat reality of goods and the frozen bliss of an exhibiting moment. Everyday narratives and subconscious driven research build the foundation for his sculptural and text based work, sculpting the fine line between coincident knocked together and intentional voluminous shape. Tonner is a graduate of the Städelschule Frankfurt, Germany and holds an MA in produkt design from the college of design Offenbach. He has exhibited in various institutions and galleries including 1857 Oslo, Kunsthal Charlottenburg Copenhagen, Portikus Frankfurt, Galerie Rolando Anselmi Rome and Limoncello, London.
EXHIBITION DATES: 13-15 October 2016