Exhibition

Physical Exhaustion Increases Brain Glycogen Metabolism

23 Mar 2013 – 17 May 2013

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Exhibitions at ANDOR open Wednesday - Saturday, 12 - 6pm

Cost of entry

Free

ANDOR

London, United Kingdom

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  • 26, 48, 55
  • Hoxton Station

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Group exhibition: Georgie Nettell, newultragroup, Gili Tal, Ellie de Verdier

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The exhibition Physical Exhaustion Increases Brain Glycogen Metabolism appears as a total coordinated image; emulating branded space, and using visual merchandising techniques such as colour matching and object placement to reference commercial mechanisms of display.

Georgie Nettell (born 1984 Bedford, England) lives and works in London. She graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art, BA, London, in 2009. Nettell recently presented a solo exhibition at Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York, 2013. Other recent solo exhibitions include Voluntary Simplicity, Glasgow, 2012; Alternative Living, Lima Zulu, London, 2012; Luxotticca (with Gili Tal), Heit, Berlin, 2012; Ultra, Space Gallery, London, 2011; Who are Old Forest (with Anna Rosen), Lima Zulu, London, 2010. Group exhibitions include Goldbaumsteiger, Heit, Berlin, 2012; Ed Lehan, Valentina Liemur, Georgie Nettell, formalist sidewalk poetry club, Miami, 2011; L.A. Switzerland, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, 2011; BYTS, Hertogenbosch, Holland, 2011.

newultragroup are a luxury bag making company founded in the late summer of 2012. They produce leather bags, Ipad cases, phone cases, and clutches, which will be available online from the 25th of March 2013 via www.newultragroup.com. Prices start from £129

Gili Tal (born 1983 Tel Aviv, Israel) lives and works in Berlin. She graduated from Goldsmiths University, London, in 2010 and from Camberwell College of Arts, London, in 2006. Solo and two person exhibitions include Real Pain for Real People, Lima Zulu, London, 2013; Luxottica, Heit, Berlin, with Georgie Nettell, 2011; The New Vegetarian, ANDOR, London, 2011. Group projects include Goldbaumsteiger, Heit, Berlin, 2012; Lucy PDF TV, Frieze Art Fair, London, 2011; That's Entertainment, Bold Tendencies 5, London, 2011; Lucky PDF TV/Auto Italia Live, London, 2010; Drinks, The Peanut Factory, London, 2010; Middlemarch, AutoItalia Southeast, London, 2009.

Ellie de Verdier (born 1983 Uppsala, Sweden) lives and works in Berlin. She is a student of Josephine Pryde at the Universitat der Kunste in Berlin since graduating from the class of Nicholas Mauss at HFBK Hamburg in 2012. In 2013 de Verdier presented a solo exhibition at Heit in Berlin. Other recent exhibitions include Climax, Universitat der Kunste, 2012; Volta's Endeavour II, Heit, Berlin, 2012; RG Nicholas Mauss, HFBK, Hamburg, 2012.

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