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Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
Zabludowicz Collection
London, United Kingdom
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  • Space Name:
    Zabludowicz Collection
  • Opening Times:
    Monday: Closed
    Tuesday: Closed
    Wednesday: Closed
    Thursday: 12:00 – 18:00
    Friday: 12:00 – 18:00
    Saturday: 12:00 – 18:00
    Sunday: 12:00 – 18:00
  • City: London
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Post Code: NW5 3PT
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    Chalk Farm
    Kentish Town West
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Shana Moulton 12 September–15 December 2019

Using video, sculptural installation and performance, American artist Shana Moulton has developed a distinctive psychic and aesthetic realm anchored around her alter ego, Cynthia. Collectively titled Whispering Pines ­­­­– the name taken from the mobile-home park for senior citizens near Yosemite that her parents ran – these episodic videos, begun in 2002, chart Cynthia’s personal tribulations. They also reflect on the relationship between consumerism and the search for spirituality. In Moulton’s first institutional solo show in the UK, new videos and sculptural installations commissioned by Zabludowicz Collection are presented alongside key recent projects. They are linked by an exploration of feminist spirituality, specifically the motif of the trapped or imprisoned woman. Ideas central to today’s cultural debate, such as the personal wellness industry, ecological protest and alternative models of livings, are addressed with off-kilter humour and a strange sincerity.

Fay Zmija Nicolson TONE POEM 31 October–15 December 2019

TONE POEM, an exhibition by Fay Zmija Nicolson (b. 1984, Derby. Lives and works in London) brings together new and existing work in a performative configuration. Nicolson works across painting, printmaking and performance to explore aesthetic experience and embodied approaches to pedagogy. Her multi-disciplinary practice explores inherent formal connections between sound, colour and gesture using an exploratory approach that she terms ‘transaesthetic’. Nicolson’s practice privileges processes of play, training and improvisation over the production of singular objects.

For this exhibition, Nicolson has re-configured an on-going body of work called We Exist! We have the Will! We are Producing!, a series of large scale digital prints on silk. Nicolson draws from varied research into historic costume and textile design; from Commedia dell’arte to the Bauhaus. These works begin as water colour paintings on graph paper that Nicolson uses to explore tonal relationships and rhythmic patterns. These paintings are then scaled up and printed on silk to accentuate their sensuality and suggest physical correspondences to the body and architectural space. The space is also activated by the presence of a four-channel sound piece titled TONE POEM, which plays on a 10 minute loop.

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