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LAP is a proposal based project space based on Tower Bridge Road, London. We provide a platform for emerging and established artists to exhibit for free on SLAM Last Fridays.
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Julia Dennis - Exposed Exhibition April 2015 Inspired by James Joyce’s Connemara on the wild peninsula of Galway, ‘Exposed’ is Julia’s window into a wilderness. With their windswept terrain, the Atlantic islands of Arun have a timeless beauty: a barren land of ancient forts, stone monuments and isolated cottages.
Julia sets out to capture and respond to this exposed, brutal landscape. Set against a horizon of heavy rain and dense clouds, this is a poetic land with a harsh sense of space, surface and time.
Julia Dennis - Homage Exhibition November 2014 Working in sculpture, photography, film and installation, Julia frequently explores the history and anthropology of an object.
This exhibition consisting of a series of sculptures was inspired by the incredible engineering achievements of both March Brunel and his son Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Their innovations the Great Western Railway, the Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Box Bridge and a series of steamships including the first propeller-driven transatlantic steamship and numerous important bridges, tunnels and viaducts!
Through the application of found, ready made tools that reflect the Industrial craft skills of that time, made from a range of metals and wood, Julia aimed to create a series of sculpture that could uphold a sense of simplicity of both line and form.
Date07/10/2013Part Fiction 27/09/13
An exhibition of new works from Duncan Jeffs, Abigail Jones and Molly Butt.
Duncan’s practice is primarily engaged with the artwork as a provisional stage of invention. Working towards site-specific work has allowed Duncan to communicate the recontextualisation of a series of different moments to be achieved. They start with a purpose or function but rapidly become less useful in themselves as they are modified to host multiple ideas that are carried over to and from other objects. The apparent finality of the exhibited work is but a basis for the next stage.
Abigail makes work that operates as a naïve account of current events, building narratives that oscillate in between the ‘accurate’ and the imagined or felt. She deploys diagrammatic collage and text to visualise her and others’ understanding of fleeting, highly mediated political crises. For this exhibition, Abigail will be showing a collection of some of her most recent work from her on-going project, A Taste for Perfection.
Molly’s work stems from an interest in landscape; in particular places where two conflicting worlds of the man made and the natural seem to interact. An interest in environmental issues forms an element of narrative for her work; with ultimately colour and form being key. Through rearranging compositions between canvas and object she hopes for new scenes to emerge, exploring image making by creating fictional places out of elements of the real world.