27-29 NOVEMBER @THE ROSE LIPMAN BUILDING, 43 DE BEAUVOIR ROAD, N1 5SQ.
A live immersive photographic and sculpture project exploring the shared association of youth and
its passing, a mid 20s life crisis of sorts set out for the public to play with. A 3 day event offering the
chance to capture imagined moments, to reinvent events, to reconnect with a home, to party for the
camera and create instant nostalgia. WORK-HOME-OUT is a STUDIOGRABDOWN project based around their photographic catalogue of
Selfies and past events which will form the bases for a series of large scale installations curated by
artist Eleanor Davies.
The fantastical meets the everyday through a range of zones WORK-HOME-OUT, all offering the
participants the opportunity to recapture their own passing moments. The public are invited to
photograph themselves with disposable cameras which are provided (or to use their own cameras),
and these pictures will form an archive of collected shared experience and hopefully provide an
interesting pattern of common instincts.
STUDIOGRABDOWN turn the domestic nuances of everyday life into tools to create and inspire,
providing original solutions for live events, film projects and photography. We appropriate,
reposition and adjust found objects to create storytelling environments working with shape,
colour and texture. http://www.studiograbdown.com/the-exhibitions/
Davies’s work asks us to reconsider more widely the position between body and object. She
reconfigures forms by reinventing their silhouette, colour and overworking their sculptural surface.
WORK-HOME-OUT IS PRESENTED BY SLASHSTROKE AND THE MILL CO PROJECT
IN ASSOCIATION WITH CREATE LONDON AND GO VISUAL LTD.
Entry is free and open to all. Guided tours and workshops with the artists are available, for
further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private launch party on the evening of Friday 29th, get in touch for guest list.
Eleanor Davies organises her window in Selfridges, photographed by STUDIOGRABDOWN.