Exhibition

These are the days my friends

Kupfer

Ponsford Street, London E9 6JU, UK

Thursday 17 October, 6–9pm, Friday 18 October, Saturday 19 October & Sunday 20 October, 12–6pm

Kris Lock, Rainbowing (For TAZ Pirates), 2019

‘will it get some wind for the sailboat
and it could get for it is
it could get the railroad for these workers
and it could be where it is
it could franky, it could be franky
it could be very fresh and clean
it could be a balloon
all these are the days my friends
and these are the days my friends’

Einstein on the Beach, Knee Play 1

Philip Glass

 

Loosely focusing around themes of history of location, archaeology and craft, ‘These are the days my friends’ brings together a diverse group of works by artists living and working outside London. In 2019, Kupfer responds to theme of ‘interdependence’ by extending an invitation to Margate-based artist Hannah Lees, to guest curate an exhibition that expands the space’s roster of exhibited artists, encompassing her own artistic and intellectual network. Lees has previously shown at Kupfer in the group exhibition ‘Amaranthine’ (2018), curated by fellow artist Dan Coopey. In this context, interdependence is understood as the often invisible or undocumented threads that draw artists together, a particular kind of affinity that escapes art-historical discourses and emerges in unpredictable, surprising ways.

 

Artists

Lydia Brockless, Tom & Laurie Clark, Andrew Gillespie, Clementine Keith-Roach, International Lawns, Billie M Vigne, Jack Lavender, Hannah Lees, Kris Lock, Flora Parrott, Phil Root and Oliver Sutherland.

Curators

Hannah Lees

Venue/event info

Accessible

Under 16s

Kupfer

Ponsford Street, London E9 6JU, UK