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Untitled (Homage to Picasso) 2021, collage

Trees Die Stand: Plants and Humans
Curated by Freda Uziyel


25 November 2021-7 January 2022

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CROCODILE CRADLE 
Book launch at PEER, London

02/09/21
 

Join us for the launch of Crocodile Cradle a collaborative publication by artist Simon Moretti, who at the start of the first lockdown, invited 51 artists including Fiona Banner aka The Vanity Press, Tacita Dean, Liam Gillick, Lubaina Himid, Christian Marclay and Cerith Wyn Evans to provide him with texts – whether found, appropriated or specially created to be compiled into this publication. The book is co-published with Mousse Publishing and designed by A Practice for Every Day Life.

For this event the actress Hermione Gulliford will read the 51 contributions as a continuous script, the performance will last around 40 minutes. There will also be an oppourtunity to buy the book at a special discounted price on the evening.

https://www.moussemagazine.it/shop/simon-moretti-crocodile-cradle/



 

CROCODILE CRADLE 

20 February – 20 March 2021

PEER is delighted to present Crocodile Cradle, a new exhibition on three platforms: a filmed performance online, accessible via a QR code; a text collage on the gallery's glass façade; and a book, to be published this summer. For this collaborative project, artist Simon Moretti invited 51 artists including Fiona Banner aka The Vanity Press, Tacita Dean, Liam Gillick, Lubaina Himid, Christian Marclay and Cerith Wyn Evans to supply a text that they have written or found.

The artists' texts have been brought to life with a reading by actor Alastair Mackenzie; a 38-minute-film of his one-take performance will be viewable on smartphones via a QR code, accessible from the gallery windows and online. A live performance and publication will follow later in the year.

https://vimeo.com/513436836

https://www.peeruk.org/crocodile-cradle

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Actor Alastair Mackenzie performing CROCODILE CRADLE

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CROCODILE CRADLE, installation view PEER, London. 

Photo Rosa Harvest

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Untitled (Silent Lip Poem), 2004/2020. 

In John Armleder's None of the Above as part of It Never Ends KANAL Centre Pompidou Bruxelles. Sep 24, 2020 - Dec 27, 2020

https://kanal.brussels/en/events/none-above-2004-2020-4

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Untitled (Silent Lip Poem), 2004/2020.Two billiard balls, old and new hanging on opposite walls

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The Age of Collage Vol: 3, Contemporary Collage in Modern Art, out now

Edited by Francesca Gavin and Dennis Busch

Published by Gestalten Berlin, 

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Schizm Magazine issue 10 out now

Edited by Emma Holmes

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