Rachel Price: ‘Planning Permission’




Squid & Tabernacle present the first solo exhibition of London based sculptor Rachel Price.

Building ‘unfeasible architectural models’ led by the constraints of their materials rather than byergonomic considerations.  These models explore the gulf between fantasy and pragmatic consideration.

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Duration 02 April 2010 - 28 April 2010
Times 12 - 6pm
Cost Free
Venue NULL
Address Hartwell Street London E8 3DU, ,
Contact / info@squidandtabernacle.com / www.squidandtabernacle.com

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