A few snaps of a current exhibition in Copenhagen during set-up. The gallery is the front room of an architecture practice – Leth and Gori in Vesterbro – Absalonsgade 21B, 1658 Copenhagen V. It is on until April the 10th. It is the first of a series of exhibitions set up by Entreentre who will also publish a series of booklets on the work. Entreentre’s website will go online on April the 10th.
These were taken just as we installed the instruments – I will post some others of the thing completed when I get them.
Interstitial Shadows exhibition, May ’94
A few more images from the exhibition at Grand Parade in Brighton, showing some collaborative work with Perry Kulper (that features in our edition of Pamphlet Architecture – Fathoming the Unfathomable). I will post some pictures of the other work in the exhibition when I have time.
There is an exhibition called Mobility of the line that opens on Friday evening (7th of March) and runs until the 9th of April at Grand Parade, Brighton. I will post some more pictures another day, but here is the section with Perry Kulper’s and my work. A couple of drawing instruments, photographs of each in action and a couple of earlier pieces by each of us – a print of Perry’s Fast Twitch plan and a print of Instrument five in action.
From and exhibition a couple of summers ago at MOCA Los Angeles. I have to admit I am not too excited by graffiti. It usually appears so conformist, quite strange for a medium that is depressingly obsessed with authorship. There is a book of photographs by Jean Baudrillard (which I do not own, so the quotation is not exact) where he discusses graffiti artists as people who want to be heard but have nothing to say. I am also afraid I cannot remember the attribution for this piece, a set of exquisitely painted model railway cars (I imagine somewhere between 1:30 to 1:50 scale) that seems to touch on many of the difficulties of graffiti work.