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Variations 18


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Variations 18 is a free exhibition featuring work by artists Giuseppe D'Innella, Jayson Lilley and Anna Masters, including screenprint and mixed media work, alongside an evolving site-specific installation. Giuseppe D'Innella is known for his vibrant abstracted landscapes, whilst Jayson Lilley has gained acclaim for his representations of iconic buildings and cityscapes of London and international cities.

Installation artist Anna Masters will be creating a large-scale hanging sculpture at [email protected], and the public are invited to watch the work evolve throughout its week-long development.

As part of an eleven-day group exhibition, Variations 18, Masters will be taking over part of the gallery where she will work in-situ to create a floor to ceiling installation. Masters aims to give an insight into her creative process, as the public is invited to watch her work and to see the work in various stages of development.

The piece will be in development between 3-8 October, whilst the completed installation will be on view from the 9-14 October.

Masters has gained recognition for her art works which utilise grids of clear nylon to give the impression that materials are floating mid-air. This installation represents the latest in a series of large-scale site-specific works by the artist, whereby she works directly within the gallery space to create ephemeral art works from natural materials. The work will be destroyed at the end of the exhibition. This is the first time Masters has invited the public to watch her work.

Where

[email protected]
Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House Street, London, SE1 9PH
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Daily 11am-6pm

FREE

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