Ludo Presents The Chaos Theory At Lazarides Rathbone

Parisian artist Ludo makes his UK solo debut this October with The Chaos Theory. Taking over Lazarides Rathbone's first floor exhibition space the artist constructs a surreal world of mechanical hybrids and flora and fauna inspired artwork.
Following a solo exhibition in New York and exterior installation across Georges Pompidou's square earlier this year, Lazarides is thrilled to present a comprehensive new body of work by the French artist. Exploring the realms of technology and nature, Ludo carefully constructs war-like mechanical creatures and anatomical depictions with bold technical precision. The artist's meticulous ultra-modern canvases illustrate themes of dissolute time and resolute chaos, striving to represent an accelerated pace of life in which human contact is increasingly cut off by advanced technology. Frail and ephemeral creatures with fleeting flights are reincarnated into futuristic hybrids, pertaining a transformed sense of durability and strength reminiscent of combat weaponry

Exhibition dates
The exhibition runs from 10th October 2014 to 13th November 2014
Opening hours

Gallery : Tuesday–Saturday 11am–7pm. Admission is free
Lazarides Rathbone First Floor 11 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1HR


Related Posts with Thumbnails