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Built Environment. Exhibit. November.

A new exhibition at London’s Cello Factory this November will engage anyone fascinated by anomalies in the built environment, and the possibilities inherent in discarded industrial materials.
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The Principle of Sufficient Irritation brings together the work of three artists who transform discarded metals, reclaimed materials, and demolished places, reanimating them with new narratives and personalities. The exhibition is titled after Philip K Dick’s short sci fi work where an inventor realises that if he ‘’irritates” an inanimate object, it will spring into life.

Three UK artists have collaborated to create the series of works. Cadi Froehlich’s sculptures employ salvaged copper to investigate networks, communication and data, while Martin Heron’s work uses unconventional media like electrical tape and building materials to make both 2D and sculptural works. Darren Nisbett’s work uses photography and industrial substrates to merge imagery into one.

Where: The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Rd, London, SE1 8TJ


4th – 11 th November 2016

Open every day 12:00 to 18:00

Private View Thursday 3rd November 18:30 to 20:30

Friday 4th November 12:00 to 20:00

Artist Talk Thursday 10th November 18:30 to 20:30

How Much: Free

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