Going to Bakeries all Day Long is a solo exhibition of new work by Tom Woolner. Built on site for the exhibition at Ovada, an elaborate arena will fill the gallery, drawing the viewer into a series of spaces that house new drawings and other works, overseen by a flock of feral pigeons. This makeshift, cartoon-dumb structure, which seems to barely hold itself together, presents a space in which all drama and urgency have been suspended.
Tom Woolner lives and works in London. He graduated from The Ruskin in 2001 and The Royal College of Art in 2003. Recent solo projects include Rockwell, London (2007) and Kabine, Copenhagen (2006). He has exhibited both nationally and internationally, including shows in Berlin and Japan, and in 2004/5 was artist in residence with the Peabody Trust.
His work has been included in Frieze and Modern Painters and he is a recent recipient of awards from The Danish Arts Council and The Elephant Trust.
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