Shudder at The Drawing Room
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Shudder at The Drawing Room
Whose Toes by Barre Doupé

Whose Toes by Barry Doupé

Dates: 21st January – 14th March | Location: The Drawing Room

Private view Wednesday 20 January 18.30-20.30

Gallery open Wednesday – Sunday 12.00 – 18.00.  Admission free

An exhibition of international artists exploring drawn animation in collaboration with Animate Projects. In this international group exhibition drawing, by nature in flux and mobile, is combined with animation techniques to create disjointed, deeply affecting narratives.

The exhibition includes three new co-commissions, by London-based artists Edwina Ashton and Ann Course and Canadian artist Barry Doupé.  The works will premiere online on, to coincide with the exhibition at The Drawing Room. The exhibition will also include new works by Avish Khebrehzadeh and Naoyuki Tsuji, the first London viewing of rare works by Matt Mullican and Raymond Pettibon and an outdoor screening of a dramatic animation by Markus Vater.

Esther Leslie will be also be ‘In Conversation’ with exhibiting artists Ann Course, Barry Doupé and Markus Vater on the 21st January, 7pm at the Bridge Academy, Hackney. Admission is free but booking essential.

Esther Leslie is Professor in Political Aesthetics, Birkbeck, University of London and author of ‘Hollywood Flatlands: Animation, Critical Theory and the Avant-garde’, (2002), ‘Synthetic Worlds: Nature, Art and the Chemical Industry’, (2005), ‘Walter Benjamin’ (2007).

For more information visit Animate Projects or The Drawing Room.

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