The group exhibition features works by Andrew Gillespie, Andrew Lacon and Joanne Masding, who all live and work in Birmingham. The collaborative project looks at ways of redefining image, music and text through re-construction, a mining of their origin that are “photo-copied, torn-out, ripped-off / the stock is marble, broken concrete, holograms and polythene clouds / pop music and high renaissance excavated from seams of educational documentation… veins of NME… lodes of museum catalogues / antiquity scoured and frack’d”.
In addition to some process-based information, the press release also includes the hashtag #DoLdoesIMT and a spotify playlist to accompany the exhibition.
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