Exhibition

Lunar Gardening

13 Jul 2019 – 10 Aug 2019

Regular opening hours

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
12:00 – 18:00
Friday
12:00 – 18:00
Saturday
12:00 – 18:00
Sunday
Closed

Cost of entry

Free

Kingsgate Project Space

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Kilburn/West Hampstead

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Samuel Palmer, Helen Sear, Lydia Brockless, Johanna Love, Charley Vines, Angus McCrum, Nina Royle, David Harrison, Rebecca Guez, Leah Stewart - with additional material including books and ephemera by:
Hamish Fulton, John Craxton, Richard Hamilton, RB Kitaj, Phil Root

About

The moon, that silent companion to the constant ravages of our turbulent earth.
That puller of tides and marker of seasons.
That poetic muse and vision of Selene.
A destination for governmental grandstanders and for the dreams of children.
A mineral resource and a science fiction homestead.


The moon is a physical, observable, quantifiable object and it is a screen for the projection of our most profound, whimsical
and spiritual desires.


The material that surrounds us, those organic and mineral substances that lay in strata all the way to the Earth’s core.
The dust and the soil and the rock.
That grow and bloom and crystalise.
That embody, affect and perform change.
The moon is the product of the same cosmic gas and dust as the matter beneath our feet. These things are connected.

Lunar Gardening is a gathering of artists’ works that collectively consider making, process, ritual (and by implication) being, as existing between, and under the influence of two interrelated forces – the lunar orbit and microscopic mineral change. Both forces are observable through the tools of empirical science, and at the same time, they have the ability to conjure metaphoric, spiritual or ethical significance. Paintings, prints, photographs, books and objects channel these forces and play host to extra-rational narratives.


With thanks to Andy Larkin, The Harry Lawson Rock Collection, Lucy Steggals, Marlborough Gallery, Simon Martin and
Pallant House Gallery.

Exhibiting artists

Rebecca Guez

Angus McCrum

Johanna Love

Leah Stewart

Lydia Brockless

Helen Sear

David Harrison

Charley Vines

Nina Royle

Samuel Palmer

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