Sa: 10–5 pm & by appt ([email protected])
Green Glass Door is situated within photographic histories, popular image spheres, and interior decoration. Set in a basement suite, the exhibition uses the space to engage installation practices by which the works must negotiate their domestic context.
Trading in the kitsch and banal, the imagery deals with the semiotics of domestic images and their relation to broader contemporary visual culture. Green Glass Door attempts to develop a vocabulary of slang, abbreviating artistic strategies such as pop art and tableaux photography. Condensing categories of still life, commercial photography, Tumblr pages, and Instagram stories, the works in the exhibition set the home as a site of image production, consumption, and distribution—fashioning an everyday environment in which the viewer is inundated with pictures.
Supported by a London Drugs Printing Grant.