Artist Talk: kennardphillipps

Friday, 31 July 2015 1PM

Free, Ticketed

kennardphillipps will talk about their works’ engagement with current social political issues through art and activism. Working with events as they happen rather than in retrospect.

They will talk and show images describing how they use different materials and processes in relation to where the work is going to be located, and how argument and debate is at the core of their practice.

Places are limited, to book a ticket see here


Image: kennardphillipps Courtesy the artists.

Exhibition Preview

Thursday, 30 July 2015 5PM - 7PM

Here Comes Everybody

Free, unticketed

Join us for the opening of the exhibition on Thursday 30 July, 5pm - 7pm.

Here Comes Everybody is an exhibition of work by kennardphillipps, the collaborative practice of London-based artists Peter Kennard and Cat Phillipps. It will consist of a large accumulation of photographic imagery, comprised of photomontage, digital prints and found newspapers, as well as a major new installation exploring ideas around image consumption, production and camera surveillance. Through the creation of a ‘cauldron’ of material, the artists will highlight what they describe as the ‘cause and effect’ of a range of global issues such as financial austerity, climate change, disease and war.

New work for the exhibition has been co-commissioned by Stills and a/political, London.




Image: Here Comes Everybody [Tower#1] (2015) kennardphillipps. Courtesy the artists.

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