Friday, 22 May 2009


Caoimhe Kilfeather, Line Ellegaard, Laura Gannon and Giles Eldridge
An exhibition curated by Charles Danby
30 May – 27 June 09 | Preview 29th May 6-9pm
(Open Wednesday – Saturday 10-6pm)
66 Evelyn Street, London SE8 5DD

"The architecture at the center of Laura Gannon’s film is the building E1027. Built in 1929 by the Irish designer Eileen Gray, it was designed as a monument to her then lover, the architect and writer Jean Badovici. From footage filmed in and around the now-dilapidated modernist villa, Gannon captures not only its fractured architecture but also its interwoven threads of mythology and past human presence".

(I worked with Artist/Curator Charlie last year on the Exhibition Road festival . He created a reflective installation of mirrors that I liked a lot. As did many of the festival-goers that day).

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