A Terrestrial Cutting And Assemblage II


A Terrestrial Cutting And Assemblage II curated by Eliza Swan July 24th, 2013

Place of Work

Group Show, East Street Arts, London

July 2013

Final Show at Central St. Martins

The Granary Building, Kings Cross, London

25-29 May

101 more days of Printmaking

Byam Shaw, Archway,London

9th-17th May

A Nervous Encounter

The Old Fire Station, Oxford

5th-20th October

Symbolic Exchange & Death pt. II

Yumihu Contemporary, Dover Street, London

Tuesday, July 31- Tuesday August 7 2012

"So art is dead, since not only is its critical transcendence dead, but reality itself, entirely impregnated by an aesthetic that holds on to its very structuralism, has become inseparable from its own image. It no longer even has the time to take on the effect of reality. Reality is no longer stranger than fiction..."

- Baudrillard

YuMiHu is pleased to invite you to the 2nd edition and closing week for the exhibition 'Symbolic Exchange & Death' hosted by Wolf & Badger: a group show introducing new artists whose works compliment the existing theme of 'Identity and the Movement of Signs' and communicate , the need to consume ever so uniquely in their own style and discipline.

The exhibition is continuing at The Gallery at Wolf&Badger in Mayfair, London until 7 August 2012. This edition of the exhibition includes paintings, sculpture, collage and print and interactive installation pieces. Conceived as a single exhibition of varyingly diverse disciplines, "Symbolic Exchange & Death" makes use of this multi-faceted idea of society to create an exhibition that dialogues with its audience.

Eleanor Fawcett's works explore the creation of identities as a "multi-media folk/auto ethnographer or cultural archaeologist discovering and documenting everyday explorers, magicians, visionaries, the whimsical and the galvanizing. Through a process of self- othering, [she] strives to render the extraordinary ordinary and the ordinary extraordinary."

Pinky Love delves into notions of life and death, ideas of rebirth and how society can be sometimes oblivious to the temporariness of it all. Aestheticity is both questioned and created in her work.

Eleanor Barreau's painterly skills form an investigative narrative of images sourced from Vogue in 2010. As did a majority of the female populous, Eleanor came to the conclusion that "the concept of feminine beauty has evolved from a voluptuous ideal to an androgynous yet overtly sexual being, an almost unachievable illusion if you will."

In conjunction with the exhibition will be the publication of a fully illustrated, comprehensive and definitive catalogue of all works made by the artists present in the show. Published by YuMiHu London. Expect beautiful and emotive, original contemporary styles presented freshly and simply. For those already familiar with the artists’ work, this stands to be a revelation; for new audiences, it is a fascinating introduction. Not to be missed.

Art & Science Think Twice

V22 Bermondsey, London

Experiments; MA Art & Science Interim Show

Celebrating the first year of the MA Art and Science course at Central Saint Martins, ‘Experiments’ showcases research spanning astrometry to autism, dying languages to fractal geometry. Diverse artworks including digital animation, drawing, video, 3D construction, optics, site specific, painting, performance and installation are presented.

Dates: 23-25 May 2012

Times: 10am – 5pm

Location: Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, Byam Shaw Building, 2 Elthorne Road, London, N19 4AG

Tube: Archway

Private view: Wednesday 23 May 2012, 5pm-8pm

White Elephant Anthology

"Cowboys, Raves, Feminists and Pop Icons"

Paintings by Eleanor Fawcett

Opening event Wednesday 6th April 6pm-10pm

3rd April 30th April INDO 133 Whitechapel Rd

" All that is kitsch is academic and all that is academic is kitsch" -Greenberg

"Camp is a lie that dares to tell the truth"- Susan Sontag

A curatorial amalgam that brings together threads from different stories in a new

quadrifarious configuration. And the quartet on the programme, ladies and gentlemen is "Cowboys, Raves, Feminists and Pop Icons". Indo, a convivial space with its elegant 19th century classical stucco frontage and its charming bohemian interior seemed the appropriate setting.

Whitechapel Market residency project


A sculpture group exhibition with:

Mikael Alacoqve, Rania Bellou, Henry Byrne, Rob Chavasse, Eleanor Fawcett, Matthew McGuiness, Natuka Honrubia, Kristina Jimenez, Julia Mariscal, Jonhatan Moreno, Irene Perez Hernandez,

At the vyner studio

1-5 Vyner St.

London E2 9DG

Steve Monster at

House Of Fairy Tales Travelling Circus

Thames Festival 2010

Sat 11 & Sun 12 September 12 noon til 8.30pm

Bernie Spain Gardens, Zone 2 Waterloo Bridge

Steve Monster will be closing the tour with the House of Fairy Tales spectacular 'Travelling Art Circus:Water Wheel project' on the south bank.

The Waterwheel embodies ideas of sustainable energy, creative innovation, storytelling and the values of water, inspired by children who understand the importance of such things, both now and for the future!

Steve Monster tells a poignant story of Steve Feltham, a man who sold his house and left his job for a more immaterial self-sufficient lifestyle, on a quest to solve the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster. Come and visit the replica of Steve Monster's set up, complete with fimo monsters, etchings and a video documentary. We will be running open'Create your own Monster' workshops.

The House of Fairy Tales Area will comprise many other interactive art projects and workshops to get involved in.

For more information on the House of Fairy Tales and Thames Festival see below:



The Steve Monster project is proud to be supported by Space Station Sixty Five and Arts Council England

Steve Monster, A Travelling Installation

Whitstable Biennale 2010

Saturday 3rd July 10am-6pm

Sunday 4th July 10-5pm

see the website below for more details of the Satellite Programme


The Steve Monster project is proud to be supported by Space Station Sixty Five and Arts Council England

Mindsoup 2010

7th April-26th May at 320 Gallery

A group show including the works of Poppy Jackson, James Perrin and Eleanor Fawcett at 320 Gallery, 320 Bethnal

green road E2 0AG, entrance via Voss street

100 square foot

private view 22nd november 6pm

100 artists show their work on a grid of 100 square foot.


O Art Vyner Street Opening 5th August 6pm-9pm

Swansong was a group show in which Fawcett presented a series of black and white paintings, some objects and photographs from the project Texas T/Studio Archive. Sue Perkins and The BBC where at the private view talking to some of the artist for a show investigating how far popular culture is influenced by contemporary Art.