The Mass Adaption exhibition, spread across two derelict houses on Copeland Road, Peckham. Showcasing the work of two artists that have migrated from painting, into a more sculptural approach to making and have found common ground in the use of, industrial and mass-produced materials.
A purpose made audio recording by exhibiting artist and experimental electronic musician Paul Snowdon, AKA Time Attendant, will accompany your viewing pleasure of both artists new works.
Paul Snowdon constructs intriguing surreal narratives by combining painting techniques and found objects with industrial materials such as copper, zinc and sandpaper to create explorative, 3 dimensional 'modular paintings', reminiscent of trophies and medals.
Deepa Chudasama Uses repetition as a motif and the application of artisan techniques such as hand- dyeing, Dee transcends her unforgiving mass-produced materials, creating complex, meditative pieces with an other-worldly charm.
Alibaba's Bar located at the rear of the gallery, will be open for drinks. Join us at this characterful location in the heart of Peckham. All works will be for sale.
Open from 12 til 8pm on both Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th of September.