Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Lindsay Seers: Nowhere Less Now

I love Lindsay Seers.  I have been a massive fan of hers since her exhibition It has to be this way at Matts Gallery in 2009.  She is one of those artists whose story evolves with each new piece, you feel you get more involved with every watch/listen of her video/sound/installations.

Her latest piece, Nowhere Less Now, has been made in association with Artangel .  Located in a typically Artangel unusual site, it's:

The Tin Tabernacle is a Grade II listed building in Kilburn, London. Erected in the 1860s as a place of worship, for the last 70 years it has been home to the Willesden & St Marylebone Sea Cadets. It is one of the last surviving corrugated iron chapels in England.

And I loved it! It's on till 21st October, if you can get yourself to Kilburn make sure you go and see it! 

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