Nikolai Ishchuk uses photography as a predominant medium in his work; it is both the source of his practice – he was initially trained as a photographer – and the language that informs his art. In 2012, when he started studying at Chelsea College, Ishchuk moved progressively from photography to sculpture, or in other words, from the fabrication of images in the dark room to the making of 3D objects in the studio.
As the last chapter of The Studio Series, this exhibition presents the studio as a place that is, in itself, intrinsically linked to the way artists define their practice. Exploring the relationships between space and work, it makes us wonder: what if it is in fact the studio that influences the artistic practice and not the other way around?
|Duration||19 July 2013 - 21 July 2013|
|Times||Open on Friday 19 (4-8pm), on Sunday 20 and Saturday 21 July (2-6pm)|
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