Block 336 is pleased to present Chrine, the latest and most ambitious work to date by the London-based Morley Hill. Morley Hill has exhibited widely both in the UK and Internationally. The works are characterized by an idiosyncratic sacred geometry and an obsessive attention to detail and form. Described in Dazed and Confused as work that 'pushes the boundaries of structure and freedom', Morley Hill is the architect of an obscure material democracy.
Nestled in the basement of Block 336's Brutalist exhibition space and looming out of the darkness, Chrine is a graveyard of wooden skeletal forms, mechanical monuments to the forgotten triumphs of Modernity. Hubble telescope meets garden shed, Chrine is high-energy melancholy, a forgetting machine that spins the wheels of our childhood imaginations and sorrowful pasts.
On 8th February Block 336 will host an evening of dissonant accord and cacophonous composition with Clinker Babbage. Doors will open at 6 pm for visitors to see the exhibition. Performance to start promptly at 7pm.
Block 336 is an artist-run gallery and studios, located at 336 Brixton Road, SW9 7AA, a short walk from Brixton Tube Centre, Brixton Village and the O2 Academy.