John Wood and Paul Harrison: An almost identical copy 24th April – 30th May 2015 Carroll / Fletcher 56 – 57 Eastcastle Street London W1W 8EQ
John Wood and Paul Harrison make singlechannel and multiscreen video works, prints, drawings, and sculptures.
Selected projects 2015 Solo Show CAV, Coimbra, Portugal Solo Show ICC, Tokyo, Japan Group Show Diamonds Always Come in Small packages, Kunstmuseum, Luzern Group Show Un Nouveau Festival, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France Commission to work with Contemporary Art Gallery and Ballet BC Company, Vancouver, Canada Commission Arts Council New Expressions; Bristol Museum and Art gallery
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