Ceramic Seagull and found wood, gilded.
INSTALLATION VIEW of “CONSUMERIST CULTURE” by
APPLIED IMAGINATION, 111 GREAT TITCHFIELD STREET
Cheryl Papasian and Alex Wood, (collaboratively known as Papasian Wood) have exhibited together for several shows including Lots of Lollys in Delfina Gallery for the 2012 Bermondsey Street Festival. In this exhibition, Papasian Wood collaborate by creating a piece titled Consumerist Culture involving a rock climbing wall and colourful ceramic plinths. It incorporates bright lights and glossy surfaces that reflect the slick façade of contemporary society.
“LOTS OF LOLLYS” by Papasian Wood
Delfina Gallery Private View,
Bermondsey Street Festival
Saturday 22 September
Alex Wood and Cheryl Papasian present a collaborative artwork entitled “Lots of Lollys”, involving 8000 lolly sticks, factory lighting, and wooden candy floss canes. The result, a cage like structure that the viewer can enter and explore, and interact with.