- Date :
- 06 July 2013 - 07 July 2013
- Times :
- 12pm - 5pm
- Location :
- The Electrician’s Shop
- Tickets :
- Free Entry
- Further information :
- Private View – July 4th 2013 (6pm to 9pm) www.fitzrovianoir.com
The ebb and flow of a constant state of change…
First Weekends’ July exhibition presents a selection of work from UK and international artists that will entice and intrigue visitors. Utilising objects, images and thoughts that are often discarded, the artists will resurrect this detritus giving it a second chance at life. The exhibition is open to the public on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July, at the Electrician's Shop, Trinity Buoy Wharf, Orchard Place, London E14 0JY. Entry is free.
FLUXION's contributing artists are
Guillermo Monroy (Mexico)
Adolfo Kodema Perez (Venezuela)
Jackson Fowst (UK),
Aaron Fordwoh (UK)
Alex Allmont (UK) and
Alexandra Buhl (Denmark).
Guillermo Monroy draws on his passion for art and music to produce joyous and imaginative sculpture reviving old musical instruments along with items that others might mistakenly deem as trash.
Adolfo Kodema Perez is a multi-talented artist working in a variety of media and has a rapidly growing international reputation.
Jackson Fowst - this will be one of the first exhibitions to feature the work of this reclusive artist. Discovered by chance by Mas Civiles' Manuel Sanmartin, Fowst will be working with the Sunshine Garden Centre and award winning merchandiser Marco De Jongh for FLUXION.
Aaron Fordwoh is an artist with skills beyond his years debuting at FLUXION while preparing to begin his degree at St Martins. Aaron will be producing an Op-Art inspired work for the exhibition.
Alex Allmont will be presenting several of his musical LEGO sculptures that playfully explore the boundaries between consonance and dissonance. He aims to gently hold the audience between shifting states of attention.
Alexandra Buhl is an established international photographer who will show photographs from her Lykkepillen (Happy Pill) series, where she creates a dystopian world that hovers between the beauty of an impressionist painting and a nightmarish vision.
One artist will be commissioned to create an enduring and relevant addition to Trinity Buoy Wharf's growing art collection.
Electricians Shop, Trinity Buoy Wharf, Orchard Place, London E14 0JY
Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June 2013
Private View on Thursday 4th July 2013
For more information, interviews and press previews please contact:
Curator Graham Carrick of Fitzrovia Noir CIC
M: 07734 346 934 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheridan Orr, PR and media
M: 0752 134 8557 or E: email@example.com
First Weekends is supported by
Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust,
Orchard Place London E14 0JW