Live from the teenage reliquary, the last golden archipelago of memeory feats, the SAW archive in association with The Friends of Tony Romanoff presents a group show curated by Lucas Price.
Dalston as remembered by a dead academic, Whitechapel market pushed into a toilet cubicle of the Hacienda circa 1989, a high street photocopy shop with a walk through tour guided by Buckminster Fuller, the rose as a potential psychedelic catalyst. All of the works presented, and indeed the entire SAW archive concern themselves with the time leading up to the death of Ghostly Cassete and the threshholding of images therein.
Featuring selected photos, reproductions and installed restagings of events, you are invited to determine how this might have gone down.
The Friends of Tony Romanoff SAW.Inc 003 Curated by Lucas Price 31st March - 13th April 2011 PV 6 - 9pm 31st March Pure Evil Gallery
Just to be clear I wasn't slating, simply noticing that a sponsor has an awful lot of 'product placed' in the artwork. It's kind of beyond sponsorship and into a whole different ball game (no pun intended). I'm not questioning the art, more the placement of the sponsors logo's within a fair part of the work and also in most of the promotional imagery for the show.
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