6 Oct 2016 – 9 Oct 2016

Event times

Wednesday 5th October
11am to 11pm - FOR CARS ONLY
Thursday 6th October
11am - 5.30pm - FOR PEDESTRIANS ONLY
6 – 11pm - FOR CARS ONLY
Friday 7th October
11am - 5.30pm - FOR PEDESTRIANS ONLY
Saturday 8th October
11am - 5.30pm - FOR PEDESTRIANS ONLY
6 – 11pm - FOR CARS ONLY
Sunday 9th October
11am - 5.30pm - FOR PEDESTRIANS ONLY
6 – 11pm - FOR CARS ONLY

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QPark Oxford Street

England, United Kingdom

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DRIVE THRU is a multimedia exhibition located in a central London Underground car park during Frieze week


Q PARK, Level -3 , Cavendish Square , London W1G 0PN

Drive Thru brings together more than 50 artists in an exhibition at the lowest level of the QPark underground car park in Cavendish Square, London. The work exhibited encompasses sculptures, photographs, film, painting, ephemeral works, live performances, happenings, staged works, installations, synchronised car radio transmissions and sound works

As well as being able to be viewed by foot, there will also be periods set aside for vehicles to encounter the exhibition so that this audience can experience the works from their car. All artists have considered this viewpoint when formulating their work and have consciously thought about how their work could be digested when experienced by a driver or passenger in a car that is travelling through the space.

This underground car park was built in 1971 one and is unusual as it has the form of a double helix. The floor that the exhibition is located on, level -3 is a complete circle so visitors can easily go round the exhibition more than once and as the entrances for pedestrians and vehicles are separate, the starting and finishing points will different for each of these audiences.

On Saturday 8th October, there will be a programme artist films/works and performances.

Rebecca Scott will be exhibiting a showing a large tent on which she has written the text of the Document of Human Rights and which contains cushions knitted with the words from the document, as a metaphor to offer comfort and to cushion the injustices of the world.  Stéphane Blumer will install a cinema to screen his feature film Nostalgie de la Boue which will have seating on one side and drive in spaces on the other side. Steve Pettengall is installing an olfactory based sculpture. Kate Renwick has created a synchronized car radio transmission. Peter Lewis and Makiko Nagaya, Ross Andrews Clifford, Adam Nankervis and Hand in Glove have developed live works for the space. Charlotte Moth, Helen Marshall, Laura Emsley, Janet Hodgson and Laura Omacini will screen works for the film programme on Saturday 8th October.

Curated by Roger Clarke and Peter Fillingham

Supported By Geoff Leong and QPark


Roger Clarke

Roger Clarke

Peter Fillingham

Peter Fillingham

Exhibiting artistsToggle

Edward Chell

Peter Fillingham

Peter Fillingham

Daniel Pettitt

Pauline Nadal

Camilla Wilson

Stéphane Blumer

Doug Haywood

Cedric Christie

Esther Windsor

Judith Dean

Peter Hofer

Tessa Williams

Stuart Robinson

Michael Shaw

Adam Nankervis

Donald Smith

Peter Lewis

Fabian Peake

Ross Clifford

Majella Dowdican

Martin Thomas

Robert Luzar

Gillian Duffy

Helen Marshall

Matilda Clarke

Makiko Nagaya

Charlotte Moth

Steve Pettengell

Doug Clark

Mark Woods

Sofia Borges

Jacqueline Pennell

Dafna Talmor

Rosanna Dean

Ian Dawson

Kate Renwick

Seamus Farrell

Renata Hegyi

Victor Mount

Joan Key

Jonathan Whitehall

Danny Pockets

Jonathan Slaughter

Cullinan Richards

Wolfgang Berkowski

Laura Emsley

Maria Paz Garcia

Anthony Heywood

Daniel Hartlaub

Toni Gallagher

Roger Clarke

Roger Clarke

Hand In Glove

Rebecca Scott

Julia Andrews-Clifford

Norman Mine

Rupert Norfolk

Janet Hodgson

Sophie Bedingham Smith

Laura Omacini

Sinéad Bligh

Vanya Balogh

Edwina Fitzpatrick


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