A History of Unnecessary Developments
Monday 19 April – Sunday 2 May 2021
‘A history of Unnecessary Developments’ an exhibition by Tereza Stehlikova and SJ Fowler.
A long form collaboration between the artist-filmmaker Tereza Stehlikova and artist-poet SJ Fowler takes shape in an exhibition of experimental documentary, found sculpture and abstract writing. Exploring, recording and revealing the environs of industrial West London, this exhibition creates a temporary shrine to overlooked corners, pathways and ley lines of an area of London soon to face major redevelopment.
The exhibition includes a feature length film Disappearing Wormwood, 2020, previously shown at the Whitechapel Gallery.
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