Zoe Schoenherr's exhibition at The Foundry Gallery will reflect upon how her body relates to equipment in gymnastics, and investigate how the materiality and structure of our surrounding architecture implies and choreographs movement. The exhibition will depict a selected transitional space, familiar to her and refer to the notion of buildings functioning as a seamless series of equipment that we interact with on a repetitive basis - a repetition that dismantles our conscious movement and relationship to our surroundings to reveal our authentic relationship to place.
The Foundry Gallery is a not for profit contemporary art space and gallery established in 2010 by Jonathan Goode and Jason Slocombe of Le Lay Architects. We are dedicated to working with emerging artists and exhibit a wide range of work informed by contemporary artistic practice, across multi-disciplines: from the traditional to the experimental. In collaboration with the artist we support the development of new work. We act as a catalyst, giving the artist the freedom to explore their existing and new ideas, enabling them to produce exciting work, and giving them the opportunity to examine their own practice and move their career forward. We hope to provide the chance for artists to exhibit work, free from commercial pressures, in a central location in London.
The Foundry Gallery is currently being run and curated by Elizabeth Goode.
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