As part of Lucy Dalzell’s ongoing exploration of
London’s evolving landscape, Hidden In Plain Sight brings together
artworks that observe, document and playfully recreate the places and
spaces we interact with, but rarely acknowledge.
served as the catalyst for this ongoing body of work. Whilst living and
working in the area in the years leading up to the Olympics, Dalzell
started to visually document the hidden, often unnoticed pockets of the
Wick, as the area rapidly evolved. This soon expanded into investigating
areas going through similar transformations across London.
In Plain Sight features a responsive soundscape by artist Nuno Veiga.
During the lead up to this exhibition, Veiga and Dalzell have
collaborated on collecting sound pieces from the areas featured in the
artworks, which have then been crafted by Veiga to create an immersive
soundscape as part of the exhibition.
Private View: Thursday 5th March 2015, 7-10pm at Stour Space 7 Roach Road, Hackney Wick, E3 2PA
Opening Times: 6th - 30th March 2015, 9am-5pm