One Plus One

The wide-ranging possibilities of collaboration belie the simple dictionary definition of the word.

at Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes

Wolfgang Berkowski and Paul Lammertink—Tom Estes and Marcel Duchamp—Sasha Bowles, Rosalind Davis, Justin Hibbs, Evy Jokhova, Marion Michell, Annabel Tilley—Mark Titchner and Grumbling Fur—Grey Heron with Hummingbird (Victoria Rance)—ATOI—Alessandra Falbo and Daniel Lie

Collaborative art comes in all the varieties and nuances of human relationships, which can be as casual as acquaintanceships, or as full of complications and drama as falling into and out of love; as practical and strong as friendship, or a good marriage; as flighty as flirting; selfless or narcissistic; a coming together of like minds, or a battle of egos. Collaborations can even be solipsistic, or involuntary – like acting out fantasy. One Plus One is a visual essay about collaboration in contemporary art, using a handful of examples to explore the universe of real instances and through its own diversity, adumbrate the wider gamut of what artists are doing.

Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes

Opening Times
Preview: Friday 13 November, 6-9pm

14 November - 6 December 2015
Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm

Where
Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes
26 Lower Clapton Road (at the junction of Urswick Road)
London
E5 0PD