London-based artist Eddie Peake combines live performance with sculpture, video, installation and painting to create an energetic gallery experience.
Sexuality and desire are constant themes in Peake’s live performances that typically foreground the naked body.
The Forever Loop presents a choreographed, looped performance that weaves in and out of synchronisation with a video of past performances, a home movie from his childhood and a film shot at the studio of koollondon.com.
Set against a backdrop of large scale installations from maze-like, plastered wall structures that frame both the viewer and performer to a raised scaffold walkway, the performers move in and out of the spaces taking the viewer on a dramatic journey, while a sheer suited roller skater glides fluidly through the space.
The installation is populated with surreal objects Including a cast of Perspex bears, brightly coloured whale bones, a metal figure with an acrylic box head filled with autobiographical items, as well as delicate bronze pipettes nestled on shelves with plaster sculptures.
‘Bookbed’ invites you to explore the library in the context of twenty-first century technologies. With a giant bed as its centrepiece, the exhibition will provide a platform to share your experiences of learning and self-education.
Ruth Beale’s practice includes performance, drawing, video work and the collection and the collection and re-presentation of archive material.
Just five minutes from The O2 in North Greenwich. Fly the Emirates Air Line over the River Thames, London’s only cable car experience.
Enjoy spectacular views of the city from heights of 90 metres as you travel between Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks.
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