Guests are being offered exclusive access to the artists’ latest collaborative project, Hybrideae – usually only possible to see by appointment – which promises to be an all-encompassing sensual treat.
Hybrideae IV with Hydrangeas
The exhibition, running until the end of this month, explores the interplay between traditional and digital technologies used during the 21st-century design process through objects that are both functional and fine-art sculptures.
Fredrikson and Stallard’s sculptural vessels featured in Hybrideae have been transformed from expressive objects of soft, red terracotta through a process of digital enlargement into permanent, solid, white bronze sculptures. All the pieces on display feature the traces of the fabrication process, preserving each work's individuality.
Left to right: Patrik Fredickson and Ian Stallard
Whilst exploring Hybrideae, music specifically composed for the exhibition by contemporary composer Rosey Chan, famous for her style that blends the classical with improvisation and electronica, soloist cellist Gerald Peregrine and, of course, the design team that is Fredrikson Stallard, will play in the background.
|What||An evening with Fredrikson Stallard|
|Where||Fredrikson Stallard Studio, 10A Warner Street, London , EC1R 5HA | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Russell Square (underground)|
On 23 May 17, 7pm
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