Justin Eagle

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An exhibition of new work by London based artist Justin Eagle featuring a selection of large-scale digitally printed images hung from the ceiling of the gallery, exploring notions of visual conception and addressing themes of aspiration, human desire and nostalgia.

In this new body of work Eagle explores the ennui at the heart of society. Grappling with notions of boredom and the unrealized desire to escape from monotony, Eagle explores self-inflicted neurosis and the self-help guides that offer futile redemption.

Consisting of a series of rendered images created from a 3 dimensional computer modelling programme, the digital prints feature objects that have been altered to enable them to contain other practical items. In one image, a dog’s spine becomes a vessel for a CD rack, in another a penny-farthing is reimagined as a plant-pot holder.

Where

Vitrine Bermondsey Street
183-185 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UW
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Wed-Fri 12 noon-7pm; Sat 12 noon-6pm

free

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