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Culture Now: The Lloyd Corporation

In the context of our 'artist collective' season, please join us for an in conversation with The Lloyd Corporation.


In the context of our 'artist collective' season, please join us for an in conversation with The Lloyd Corporation.

The Lloyd Corporation is a collaborative project that began in 2010 between Ali Eisa and Sebastian Lloyd Rees, encompassing works in sculpture, installation, print, video and text. The practice takes various social, material and aesthetic dimensions of the contemporary urban environment, exploring the processes, objects and materials of industrial production, construction, interior design and commercial display. The consideration of the cycles and effects of mass production, circulation, consumption and disposal has led to a wider interest in the different and often conflicting forms of temporality and materiality that shape contemporary experience – with a particular focus on how the production of artworks can be a valuable process in grasping or registering and expanding this experience.


Speaker(s):

Collective Llyod Corporation | talks

 

Date and Time:

24 May 2013 at 1:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

ICA
12 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 4AH
020 7930 3647
http://www.ica.org.uk

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Tickets:

£5/ Free to ICA Members

Available from:

http://www.ica.org.uk/36874/Talks/Culture-Now-The-Lloyd-Corporation.html

Additional Information:

Tickets and Information:
020 7930 3647
tickets@ica.org.uk

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