Cameron Scott

Image to Scale @ John McAslan, Nov 13 – Dec 11

14 November 2014

The John McAslan + Partners architecture firm is hosting a group show titled Image to Scale and running at their London location from November 13 to December 11.

The group exhibition, which brings together eight diverse artists, with a text by writer Eleanor Weber, takes place in an architectural firm by design. “Architecture traffics in the tension of image and scale.” The artists traffic between image and architecture through their works, office infrastructure and art bleeding into one another.

Those exhibiting are diverse in form, but their ventures into the architectural and material dimensions provides an umbrella to their collective work, whether it is in the sculptural graphics of Lydia Davies, the everyday-object installations of Chris Ifould, and the video works of Polish-born artist and filmmaker Piotr Krzymowski. Five other artists exhibiting their works alongside these three, include Sean Lavelle, Asta Meldal Lynge, Cameron Scott, Tilly Shiner and Nikhil Vettukattil.

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Post-Space is a new way to view art. Deconstructing the physical conventions that characterize the gallery space, this progressive venture redefines the way the art object is viewed – and does so with calculated panache. Democratic, anti-hierarchical and refreshingly limitless, Post-Space is at its most essential, an online gallery that does away with the physical nature of the exhibition space. Founded as a conscious reaction to this intrinsic tangibility, the viewer is left with an entirely new experience that is at once personal, social and submerged within a global context. A progressive adaptation to the digital era, this post-medium platform does not simply embrace the viewing potentials of the world wide web but goes on to redefine the opportunities that it opens.

Max Bainbridge, Untitled (2012). Image Courtesy of Post-Space.
Max Bainbridge, Untitled (2012). Image Courtesy of Post-Space.

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