An Endless Supply
Gareth Owen Lloyd
Richard Hards and Tamsin Snow
Private View Tuesday, the 14th of June, 6pm to 9pm
Exhibition open Wed - Friday 12pm to 5pm from 15th of June to 15th of July
M.:M.:M.: is the sound the void occupies. A sound with no variation, fluctuation or end. A test and echo of the limits of spacetime. It is an exercise of triangulation in zeroed space and a conversation with the infinite. It is an attempt to absorb and absolve thought.
M.:M.:M.: is a series of letters, the power of three, repetition, an incantation. M.:M.:M.: is a cult, a sect, a franchise. M.:M.:M.: is age and obsoletion. It is, and we are, that of an unending process of aggregation and reinvention. The laws that define us are produced, exchanged, revisited, revoked and forgotten. We inhabit these relics for as long as we can believe in them. M.:M.:M.: grounds our individuality, yet performs a network between characters concerned with the indefinite and the unfamiliar. M.:M.:M.: allows for a space of discourse, a testing ground for collaborative thought, a reworking of the obsolete for new cultures of production.
M.:M.:M.: is a byword, a proxy, a MacGuffin. It sums up, stands in and may mean nothing all at once. As an exhibition, M.:M.:M.: affords us an opportunity to exist within a continual process of revision and the passage of authored power from one body to another. Focussing on practices of appropriation and collaboration M.:M.:M.:explores a realm of the creative evolution of an idea and the tenacity of small-scale theft.