18th February - 19th March 2010
Saturday by appointment
Private View: Wednesday, 17th February, 18.00 - 21.00
Dough and Dynamite is a group show comprising seven artists, curated by Kobetsvasey and Jessica Watts. The exhibition will be presented in the new gallery space of architectural practice John McAslan + Partners.
Working within the conventions of a painting survey each of the seven artists has submitted two works. One work is presented in an archetypal 'white walled gallery space' the second exists in a 'black theatrical space'.
This work will be subject to a series of playful interventions. The nature of the white gallery space and a black theatrical space both have distinct heritages. These two sensibilities will frame our twin approach to the submitted works.
Kobetsvasey was founded in March 2008 by artists George Vasey (1981) and Robert Kobets (1976). Upcoming shows include Banging My Beak Against the Bark, Stour Space, London. Jessica Watts (1982) is a London based curator currently working with Kobetsvasey. Jessica also works with IBID Projects and has previously worked for White Cube.
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