Tailbone

Curated by Hot Desque: https://www.hotdesque.xyz/

 

The Artesian Well, a former night club, January 2019

Ollie Bradley-Baker / Joel Chan / Milo Creese / Jamie Fitzpatrick / Deme Georghiou / Andy Holden / Egle Jauncems / Candida Powell-Williams / Elly Thomas / Will Thompson

"The tailbone is a hidden remnant of human evolution, tying us to the nudity of the crawling animal."

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Left to right: Egle Jauncems, Roommate, 2018, oil on linen and canvas, wood. Dimensions variable, 2018 ;

Candida Powell-Williams, Cache Recofigured, plaster, cardboard, rope, pigment, 2016

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Projection: Andy Holden, Episode IV: What a Time to be Alive, 2017, HD video; Egle Jauncems, Tears of Giant

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Left to right: Egle Jauncems, Tears of Giant, 2018, oil on linen and canvas, wood. Dimensions variable, 2018 ; Candida Powell-Williams, Cache Recofigured, plaster, cardboard, rope, pigment, 2016

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Elly Thomas, Apparatus (heaped), 2018;  ​Will Thompson, Ahk, 2018, lime wood, glass eyes, paint, 2018; Unititled, 2018, jesmonite, old shoes, socks, wood, bolts, 2018

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Deme Gerghiou, Constellation of globules (acid white version), 

35 x 49cm, resin, 2018

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Jamie Fitzpatrick, until you see the whites of their eyes,

wax, polystyrene, silicone, hessian, steel, 2017

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Andy Holden, Episode IV: What a time to be aliveHD video, 2017

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Ollie Bradley-Baker, Travailler, 16mm Projector adapted from A Kodac Kodasope Type ‘E” 16mm projector,  2018