Geometry of Memory at Ta·da, Copenhagan

I’m showing a small work at Ta·da space in Copenhagan. Ta·da is an artist-run space situated in a laundromat in Copenhagen, Denmark. The monthly exhibitions mainly consist of 9 x A3 frames placed above the washing machines. The exhibition runs 17 June to 21 July 2018

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The exhibition, Geometry of Memory, is a group exhibition by POST Artists,the peer-led UK network for artists who respond to place. Founded in 2008, POST stages site-specific shows reflecting members’ diverse practices. In POST projects network artists respond to a place, curated by artists with personal links to it. Projects occur anywhere, including overlooked or disused spaces, investigating notions of public space.

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The proportions of the human body in the building itself. Height and width of doorways, ceilings that give us space to feel alive. The familiarity of a place, machines that are circles and straight lines. The large expanse of industrial glass that frames the street outside looking in. A brain that idles snugly in a closed bone box, that imagines, remembers and demands the life lived.

POST is the peer-led UK network for artists who respond to place. Founded in 2008, POST stages site-specific shows reflecting members’ diverse practices. In POST projects network artists respond to a place, curated by artists with personal links to it. Projects occur anywhere, including overlooked or disused spaces, investigating notions of public space.

Participating artists: Camilla Brueton, Marco Cali, Fiona Long, Samantha Penn, Nadia Perrotta, Marianne Walker, Helena Wee and Mary Yacoob.