For three supercalifragilisticexpialidocious week’s are exhibiting a selection of their favourite artists and designers. Being one of the leading digital video-magazines for contemporary culture, pride themselves on providing innovative content for the masses. With the exhibition in its second week IDOL popped down to see what the artist Kate MccGwire had to offer.

With this exhibition intend to curate a selection of well-known creatives in order to showcase a new creative discipline with each new week. The three-week exhibition begins with Sir Terence Conran, Kate MccGwire takes the helm during the second week and Matt Pyke will exhibit his work in the final week.

Kate MccGwire chose to display an array of personal artefacts that she has amassed throughout the years. Each object in some way inspired previous works and continues to influence her art. We were provided with a sheet of paper explaining the use and origins of the objects that were featured. The interesting collection included a wide and varied selection, from her Grandmothers wedding dress (1925), to a Prosthetic eye (1940) each piece was perfectly explained, helping to provide a coherent link between all of them.

Alongside the three artists there is also a rolling programme of live events, workshops and talks by both established and emerging talent. By providing the creatives with a platform to present random pieces personal to them, hopes to give viewers an exclusive look into their favourite artists world.


9th-29th January 2012

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Photos Courtesy of: Rappaport

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