Emily Lazerwitz's Red Files
26 aug 2015 by art:i:curate team
art:i:curate artist Emily Lazerwitz participates in 'The Red Files' at Schwartz Gallery, London, a group exhibition about the abstract and physical order in the contemporary.
Curated by Ismail Erbil 'The Red Files' is the fourth and final Open Call exhibition at Schwartz Gallery for 2015. The Open Call format has created exhibition opportunities throughout the year for emerging contemporary artists and tested curatorial concepts within the space.
Juxtaposing ideas of colour and order 'The Red Files' investigates psychological versus physical space within concepts of the contemporary. Occupying the abstract yet being rooted in a physical ordering, 'The Red Files' invites artists to submit work that responds to ideas of untold stories, latent expressions of the self and inverted systems of classification. The gallery space will be reformed through the use of divisions reenforcing ideas of transition and repetition by concealing and revealing physical and perceptual space.
Participating artists: Sara Brannan, Sam Burford, Alex Burgess, Rebecca Byrne, Ismail Erbil, Thomas Goddard, Stephen Harris, Rupert Hartley, Stephen Harwood, Julia Keenan, Yuichiro Kikuma, Emily Lazerwitz, Mark Lungley, Patrick Michalopoulos, Ronis Varlaam, Benjamin Cosmo Westoby, Alex Wilk
The exhibition will open on Thursday 27th of August 2015 and will run until Saturday 12th of September, 2015.
Emily Lazerwitz, Bedtime Story, 2014, image courtesy of the artist.