Summer’s coming….and here is the perfect accompaniment to your Pimms and Lemonade:
We invite you to join us for some art, music, a few surprises and a tipple at this VIP preview event at the exciting & unique ‘Artistic Laboratory’ in Notting Hill. Get your dancing shoes on!
Artist Nicola Anthony’s extra special performance at the Private View involves gathering something rather intangible from gallery visitors to use in her next artworks. Interesting or unusual, significant or absurd – she will be collecting your words…
Debut Contemporary is pulling out all the stops with talent simply jumping off the walls, a procession line of ‘art laboritory’ lab coats and wine, it will be another chance to shmooze with the artists, curators and other get go-ers!!
With a exciting new interactive performances by artists Nicola Anthony and Kimi Wylde, music by special guest DJ Erol Sabadosh, as well as goodybags, free summer drinks for all our guests, and the opportunity to meet the Artists, and an afterparty at Tiny Robot, this is definitely a Summer night to remember.
Here’s an address to punch into your google maps or make a fold in you London A-Z
82 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London, W2 5RT
RSVP to Sophia Victoria – firstname.lastname@example.org/02072211657
More about the Word Collection Project:
“Recently featured in a SKYArts interview with the artist, The Word Collection Project is a live text artwork, through which Nicola Anthony sources all the secrets and statements used in her work: “The project has been ongoing for 5 years now and remains surprising, intriguing and compelling. The sentences people send me are often very human and honest, the collection can be beautiful, disturbing and reassuring at the same time.”
“I use the sentences to structure the work, I start applying them as marks and drawing with them as lines. One of my favourite things about seeing people view my work is when they come up really close to read the words, and start stretching and crouching and shuffling along in front of the work as they follow the sentences – the only type of line you can draw which insists people look at every component of it from left to right.”