Dry Floor revolves around structure and formation, as both ideological and nihilistic. Structures have been extracted from their original source or situation, and displaced into other contexts.

Presented by students from the Royal College of Art (Abhaya Rajani, Art Sokoloff, Anders Aarvik), the works, that are multidisciplinary and experimental at core, have been adapted to the space itself. The works spans from sculpture, installation and print, merging together.

HOXTON 253 art project space




:-) :-o (in these worlds everything exists)
cloned voice speech synthesis, video, crt tv, soil, etchings, wheat seeds 
110x50x120cm
2021







plastikforbindelser 4
clay, palm leaves
210x150x150cm
2021



untitled
clay, wheat seeds
16x70x40cm

2021



untitled (skin)
etching, graphite on washi
50x35cm
2020




neolithic car mould
zinc
42x30cm

2020