Neil Ayling Flection at EB&Flow Private View Tuesday 4th October 2011

Curated by Darren Warner 5th October – 5th November 2011 EB&Flow is pleased to announce Neil Ayling’s first London solo exhibition, Flection. Ayling’s interest in fragmentation informs both his sculpture and photography as he defines sculptural aesthetics of cityscapes through a visual and physical editing process. Ayling edits and manipulates imagery through a process of […]

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Video Interview with Katie Louise Surridge about her show Voo-dology at Eb&Flow

Surridge constructs large structural installations from a myriad of ephemeral objects that she sources during scavenging missions. She will be presenting a new, large installation entitled ‘Live Through This’, incorporating Victorian tobacco clay pipes sourced from the banks of the Thames, Shire horse collars and a cattle feeder which will reach from floor to ceiling […]

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Katie Louise Surridge ‘voo-dology’ at EB&Flow Private View Thursday 9th June 2011

Image: Katie Louise Surridge, Keep on Wondering, 2011, Mixed Media (cattle feeder, shire horse collars, strip lighting and Victorian clay tobacco pipes) 2.2m x 3m x 3m, courtesy the artist and EB&Flow 10th June – 26th August 2011 Katie Louise Surridge’s first London solo exhibition, ‘voo-dology.’ Surridge constructs large structural installations from a myriad of […]

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