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John Lawrence + Zoe Williams @ Project Number, May 27 – Jun 19

25 May 2016

London-based artist John Lawrence is presenting solo show, Sickly Revelations* at Project Number (Pro Numb), opening May 27 and running June 19.

The project takes the form of an installation in a gallery space, where visitor experience is crucial to the investigation into individual movement within systems defined by mediation and mediating technology.

The work starts with feelings around TV and home cinema, and somewhat echoes a text Lawrence includes on his website ( about crying at TV and mediated or fictional storylines. From there it expands into objects, 3D prints, sound designed by Mark Good and a gallery text commissioned for Pro Numb by Dr Cadence Kinsey.

Also commissioned by director Chris Rawcliffe is a light box called ‘Chateaux Double Wide series (Chamber Aide)’ by artist Zoe Williams, which, as usual for the North London space, will launch and be lit for the duration of Lawrence’s show inside.

See the Project Number website for more details.**

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Benedict Drew + Nicholas Brooks @ Project/ Number, Feb 26 – Mar 20

24 February 2016

Benedict Drew and Nicholas Brooks are presenting collaborative exhibition, Sump at London’s Project/ Number, opening February 26 and running March 20.

After showing work in many of the same group shows, Drew and Brooks who met while studying at the Slade School of Art, come together in Sump over a mutual love of liquid crystals, mud and synthesised sound.

The press release reads like someone ate something un-agreeable and is now thinking of, accepting and seeing how it now lives inside them. What complex thought processes can be inside substances?

Artist, Verity Birt will also launch a new light box commission, ‘WTF: Where’s the Flux?’ on February 26, which will be lit up on the upper window outside Sump‘s entrance and continue there in situ until April.

See the Project/ Number exhibition page for more details of both projects**

SUMP, gif (2016). Courtesy Benedict Drew, Nicholas Brooks and Project/ Number.
SUMP, gif (2016). Courtesy Benedict Drew, Nicholas Brooks and Project/ Number.

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