Lunar Gardening

A gathering of artists’ works that collectively consider making, process, ritual (and by implication) being, as existing between, and under the influence of two interrelated forces – the lunar orbit and microscopic mineral change.

at Kingsgate Project Space

Artists: Samuel Palmer, Helen Sear, Lydia Brockless, Johanna Love, Charley Vines, Angus McCrum, Nina Royle, David Harrison, Rebecca Guez, Leah Stewart

Plus additional material including books and ephemera by Hamish Fulton, John Craxton, Richard Hamilton, RB Kitaj, Phil Root

Lunar Gardening is a gathering of artists’ works that collectively consider making, process, ritual (and by implication) being, as existing between, and under the influence of two interrelated forces – the lunar orbit and microscopic mineral change. Both forces are observable through the tools of empirical science, and at the same time, they have the ability to conjure metaphoric, spiritual or ethical significance. Paintings, prints, photographs, books and objects channel these forces and play host to extra-rational narratives.

Kingsgate Project Space

Opening Times
Preview: Friday 12 July, 6-9pm
13 July - 10 August 2019
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm

Where
Kingsgate Project Space
Kingsgate Workshops Trust, 110-116 Kingsgate Road,
London
NW6 2JG