For ESSEX ROAD 6, Tintype gallery’s front window has once again transformed into a public screen for five weeks with eight short films back-projected on a loop every evening into the gallery’s window, visible from the street as a form of public art.
There are lots of art events happening in London, Jenny Judova from Art Map London has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events’ to see in London this week.
‘Slime Mould Logic’, the exhibition of sculptural installations that reference emergent, organic and ‘artificial’ computing process.
‘Slime Mould Logic’ is an exhibition of new work by the British artist David Cheeseman.
ESSEX ROAD II, features eight specially commissioned short films by critically acclaimed artist-filmmakers.
The films will be shown from the large window of Tintype gallery next month and all have been inspired by the north London street from which the project takes its name, and where the gallery is also located.
Solo or group show? Maybe, to escape the norms, artists could appear in sequence, or collaborate, or respond to each other’s work across shows?
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