The Manifestation by Tania Koswycz and Richard Layzell is a unique collaboration founded on their global dialogues over the past five years.
This carefully crafted way of working, or means of production, has led to a series of interventions across four continents, a set of unfolding concepts including The Stumbling Block, White on White, The Radiant Curve and Falling Phoebe, and a recently published, impeccably produced book Cream Pages.
The Manifestation, as an evolving installation, has been shown at The Tramway Glasgow and SVA Stroud. Here at Cafe Gallery Projects, the work takes on its most ambitious form to date through a live dialogic engagement with this extraordinary space.
Richard Layzell is an artist and performer. He has a diverse approach to audience, context and artform, from gallery to architectural intervention. His interactive installation Tap Ruffle and Shave was experienced by 100,000 people in galleries across the UK, and his embodiment of the entrepreneur Bailey Savage appeared worldwide. He is the author of Enhanced Performance and he describes his collaboration with Tania Koswycz as deeply illuminating.
Tania Koswycz is a London-based artist with a growing reputation for perspicacity and consistency. Her artistic practice embraces redundant technologies reframed within a contemporary discourse, alongside a finely tuned aesthetic of absence. A seminal work, Lighten Up, was shown in London, Germany and Australia. Her dialogic voice has a strong virtual presence and she is a contributor to Digital Creativity. She is represented by Davies and Davies (London) and Weiss (Stuttgart).
The Manifestation is supported by Arts Council England
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