Ana Carolina Rodrigues, Christopher Taylor, and Krister Klassman present a new four-part annual project.
at Maxilla Studios
At the moment of each equinox, the Earth’s axis is perpendicular to the Sun’s rays. On any other day of the year, either the Northern Hemisphere or the Southern Hemisphere is increasingly closer to the sun. The angle of the earth’s axis is what gives us our seasons, it is what brings about change.
Seasons launches with a weekend-long exhibition opening on Thursday; the week when the sun crosses the celestial equatorwhen day and night are of equal length. This marks the arrival of spring and is an occasion to celebrate.
Paul Abbott, Matt Ager, Sam Baker, Melanie Börner, Meg Brain, Rob Branigan, Kit Brown, David Buckley, Gerard Carson, Marilyn Collins, Matt Coombes, Bijan Daneshmand, Wijnand De Jonge, Chloe Farrar, James Fuller, Anna Gonzalez Noguchi, Adam Hines-Green, Anna Ilsley, Alice Irwin, Ishita, Masako Iwamoto, Poppy Jones, Krister Klässman, James Lomax, Joseph Long, Shadi Mahsa, Simon Mathers, Alex McNamee, Laura Dee Milnes, Jan Mohammed, Rachael Nee, Ben Newton, Georgie Nicolaou, Damien O-Connell, Rose O’Gallivan, Robert Orr, Neena Percy, James Pimperton, Richard Pinchen, Henrik Potter, Sally Reynolds, Andrew Rickett, Ana Carolina Rodrigues, Hannah Rowan, Jonathan Stubbs, Christopher Taylor, Jonathan Trayner, Karen Tronel, Kit Trowbridge, Hannah Turner-Duffin, Francisco Valdes, Gemma Varley, Chloe Windsor, Camille Yvert, Adam Zaltowski.
Preview: Thursday 23 March, 6-9pm
24 - 26 March 2017
Friday to Sunday, 12-5pm
4 Maxilla Walk