Doors Showcase is please to present You Blow Me Away..., a group show by guest curator Silia Ka Tung.
Doors Showcase has invited three London-based artists to participate in this site-specific exhibition, utilizing its intimate and quirky space in seducing the viewers with more than a visual feast, with its juxtaposition of glass, sand,toys, fur, wax andâ¦'human flesh'.
A collaboration between Andrea Hasler, Patrick Furness and Adeline de Monseignat, this exhibition is showcasing an array of elaborate, explosive and cracking presentations,contrasting the aesthetic and the harmonious with horrors.
You Blow Me Away... will reveal the delicate and the sensual in animal and human anatomy, albeit in a subversive way. Materials that creep out, emerging from the gallery floor, will catch one's imagination at every turn. Presented in a polished language, accompanied by a captivating interactive sound installation that inhabits the shop window, offering a top-down perspective on the gallery's interiority.
Witness the unpredictability in this sensational show. The evocative sets and sounds will delight the viewer, long after the final curtains fall!
Andrea Hasler is a London based Swiss artist, she received her MFA from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2002. Her recent exhibitions included Irreducible Complexity at Next Level Projects (2011) and Full Fat Or Semi-Skinned (2010) at Next Level Projects. Andrea was awarded both the Max Held-Baumgartner Stiftung and Fritz Gerber Stiftung scholarships and received the Cassinelli-Vogel Stiftung award as well as the Minerva grant for 2011.
Patrick Furness studied Sonic Arts at Middlesex University, graduating in 2004. Previous works includes sonic and interactive installations for Ether Festival, at the Royal festival Hall and London Sinfonietta/Guardian Newspaper. He also performs and writes musical comedy for Nine Owls in A Baguette. Patrick is currently studying a Masters at the Slade School of Art.
Born in Monaco and currently lives and works in London, Adeline de Monseignat received her MA in fine arts from City and Guilds of London Art School last year. Recent solo exhibitions at The Norman Rea Gallery (2011) and The Hospital Club (2010). She was recently awarded the Public vote winner of the Catlin Art Prize 2012.