Exhibition

Teratology

8 Jun 2018 – 29 Jun 2018

Event times

Thursday-Sunday, 12-5pm

Cost of entry

Free

ArtWorks Project Space

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Buses: 123, 158, 230
  • Tube: Blackhorse Road Station - Victoria Line tube & overground train

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Saelia Aparicio, Roy Immanuel, Graham Lambkin, Xiaoyang Li and John Thole present new work in response to teratology.

About

Teratology is a term currently connected to the study of physiological development and its potential abnormalities, which also includes deformities in botany, but in the 16th and 17th centuries teratology was essentially the “science of monsters”, which were the subject of collection, wild misrepresentation and propaganda.

The exhibition, Teratology, is to be treated as an organism in a continuous state of development, exploring themes, structures and functions relating to the body, myth and monsters. This is a collective dialogue which functions as a myth, or inhabits the body of a ‘monster’, a growing organism, continuously reshaping in response to its environment.

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Exhibiting artists

John Thole

Saelia Aparicio

Roy Immanuel

Graham Lambkin

Xiaoyang Li

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