Examining the motif in Wild Flowers (wildness is contextual!) at Narrative Projects, Jul 20 – Sep 16

, 19 July 2017

The Wild Flowers (wildness is contextual!) group exhibition is on at London’s Narrative Projects, opening July 20 and running to September 16.

Curated by Carlos Noronha Feio, the show “examines the motif of the flower” and includes work by 18 international artists across media and generations, including Mahmoud BakhshiJuliette Blightman, Harm van den Dorpel, Xiao-yang LiGabriela Machado, Lulou Margarine, and Daniel van Straalen, Sigrid Viir, among others.

Noronha Feio is a London-based artist whose practice is focused on, “transcending the limitations of any single culture through the introduction and inclusion of multiple cross-cultural visual vocabularies.” He often works with performance, video, drawing, painting, photography, rug works and multimedia installation.

Visit the Narrative Projects website for details.**

Carlos Noronha Feio, ‘discursive foundations of sunsight’ (2016) @ Narrative Projects, London.