~ Christina Mackie

April 30, 2015 @ Tate

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This spring, Christina Mackie unveils a new three-part installation inspired by her interest in pigments and colour. Located in the dramatic Duveen Galleries at the heart of Tate Britain, Mackie fills half of the exhibition space with 12-metre-high dipped silk nets suspended above pans of semi-crystalised dye, to create an ethereal installation. These are shown together with a free-standing sculpture and a plinth displaying chunks of raw glass.

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The First Law of Kipple ~ Dan Tobin

October 3, 2014 @ YellowTrace

Dan Tobin smith transformed his east London studio into ‘the first law of kipple’- an immersive and vibrant installation comprising thousands of colour-coated objects. The various cluttered items have been collected by both the artist and from public donations amassed from a social media announcement, bringing together an expansive range of stories, subjects and shapes.

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eSalon

January 10, 2015 @ FabOverFifty

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