The group exhibition begins in a car in Choumert Grove Car Park and takes boy racer culture as its starting point. The four contributing artists—Luke Overin, Alfie Strong, Jessica Mai Walker, and Jesse Wine—exhibit their works in an old Ford Fiesta, each “creating an addition/alteration to the existing vehicle in conjunction with their practice”.
Over the course of the weekend, Tokyo Drift shifts locations across London, combining the “high and low cultures” and considering them with equal levels of irony and sincerity.
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