Portfolio : les installations surréalistes de Benedict Drew

L'artiste Benedict Drew présente différentes installations mêlant video, dessin, sculpture et musique à la galerie Whitechapel à Londres. Experimentant les liens entre art et digital, l'artiste présente avec “The Trickle-Down Syndrom” un parcours en 5 temps, composé de projections kaleidoscopiques, de sculptures à forme humaine, de dessins ultra-colorés inspirés de l'univers surréaliste de Max Ernst. 

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  • Production image for The Trickle-Down Syndrome 2017 (detail) Drawing Copyright Benedict Drew Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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  • Production image for The Trickle-Down Syndrome 2017 Drawing Copyright Benedict Drew Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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  • Kaput (Installation View, Quad, Derby) 2015 Photo by Charlotte Jopling Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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  • Kaput (Installation View, Quad, Derby) 2015 Photo by Charlotte Jopling Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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  • Sequencer (Installation View, the British Art Show 8, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh) 2016 Photo by Chris Park Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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  • The Saw Tooth Wave (Installation view, CCA, Derry~Londonderry) 2016 Photo by Matt Packer Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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  • Dyslexic Shanty 2015 Performance at CHELSEA Space, London Photo by Karen DeFranco Courtesy of the Artist and Matt’s Gallery London
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