Exhibition

Non-objects [Postponed Indefinitely]

19 Mar 2020 – 27 Mar 2020

Regular hours

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
09:00 – 21:00
Wednesday
09:00 – 17:00
Thursday
09:00 – 21:00
Friday
09:00 – 17:00
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

Hortensia Gallery

London, United Kingdom

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  • Bus: 11, 14, 22, 211, 328, 414,C3
  • Tube: Slone Square, Fulham Broadway

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Rosie Gibbens
Tamu Nkiwane
Victor Seaward
Luca Bosani

NON-OBJECTS is a gathering of objects that rejects definitions and categorisation: wearable paintings, enlarged body parts, sculptures disguised as everyday objects, everyday objects as metaphors, uncanny shoes, funny things...

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NON-OBJECTS is a gathering of objects that rejects definitions and categorisation: wearable paintings, enlarged body parts, sculptures disguised as everyday objects, everyday objects as metaphors, uncanny shoes, funny things...

The invited artists propose different approaches towards the creation and assemblage of objects, reinventing them and giving them supplementary meanings and associations.

Combining and confounding sculpture, painting, photography and fashion, the distinctions between disciplines become increasingly blurred and ambiguous.

Furthermore, these NON-OBJECTS function as alternative documentations for performances, imply a human ghostly presence or act as catalysers for thoughts and discussions.

Private View: 19th March 6-9pm

Show opens: 19th March - 27th March

Artists:
Rosie Gibbens
Tamu Nkiwane
Victor Seaward
Luca Bosani

Organised by Luca Bosani

with a new dedicated text by art historian and curator Hector Campbell

and the distribution of ‘Fucked up objects’ text by Performance Theorist and Curator Marie De Brugerolle, that inspired the exhibition, supported by Mousse Magazine

*** it's gonna be magical ***

Curators

Luca Bosani

Hector Campbell

Hector Campbell

Exhibiting artists

Luca Bosani

Victor Seaward

Rosie Gibbens

Tamu Nkiwane

Taking part

Kensington and Chelsea College - Carlyle Building

London, United Kingdom

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