Artist Hannah Lees celebrates the launch of her new website, titled thisisthepath.com, as well as an accompanying book at the South London Gallery bookshop on June 27.
The website in question consists of a textual piece, gleaned by Lees from an assortment of Buddhist and self-help books and combined with visuals of sand and sounds of the ocean, that continues to investigate cycles of mortality and constancy evident in Lees’ work.
Commissioned by OPENYOURKIMONO – a digital platform founded and curated by Femke Oortwijn and Tristan Stevens that hosts online projects and posits the websites as art works in and of themselves – the event will serve both as the launch of Lees’ new website and as the launch of a limited-edition Artist’s Book to accompany the website.
This launch comes fourth in a series for OPENYOURKIMONO, following the recent launches the websites of LaTrubo Avedon with www.exit-01.com, that of Simon Davenport with www.sorenson.be, and that of Jonny JJ Winter with www.myso-calledlife.me.
See the OPEN YOUR KIMONO website or the SLG event site for details. **
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