::: Introducing ::: Paul Harrison & Matt Reynolds ::: Monday, April 29th & 30th ::: 10AM-6PM :::

::: Introducing ::: 21 Artists: London Featured Artists Paul Harrison Matt Reynolds

The Consummate Remains

Consummate Remains

Project Brief:

Artists Paul Harrison and Matt Reynolds seek to stage an opportunity, to revitalize the old surrealist game of Exquisite Corpse. Inspired by happenings and situations ranging from the original event attended by Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, and Andre Breton. Through to the works of John Heartfield and William S Burroughs coupled with notions that surround collage, appropriation, and autonomy. So the artists invite you to participate in a creative exercise involving anything that you perhaps do not want or have picked up. The material is completely up to you although there will be access to a collection of materials from pens, inks and newspapers at the space; we do urge you to source your own. Running alongside the image making will be the opportunity to take part in a sonically driven collage working in exactly the same principle and manner.

Come check them out Monday, April 29-30th, 10 AM-6PM

About Paul Harrison:

Paul Harrison graduated in Fine Art from Sheffield Hallam University in 2011, he primarily makes animations but works across drawing, printing and painting with a goal of offering open ended questions. Inquiries that are often started through a consideration of opposites, forms of binary, or a spectrum. He is also one half of both F/O/R/C/E Lectures and The Lumière Screening both set to be launched in 2013/14.


PH Angel

About Matt Reynolds:

Matt Reynolds was trained in Scriptwriting at Bournemouth University where he developed performance and sound projects with his peers, later taking them to London and Edinburgh. His work focuses on assemblage, plunderphonics and improvisation across all mediums.


MR Art

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