Everything At Once is a collection of works based about the notorious Lisson Gallery; an artistic institution that has focussed itself on reflecting contemporary existence through its represented artists over the last 50 years.
The unknown future, an anxiety-ridden age & an accelerated world are the key themes of the exhibition. Designed as an assault on the visual senses, they aim to reflect a modern life from all corners of the globe and instil the notion that we are living in an "EVERYTHING AT ONCE" Age. Artists show range from the multi-visual, like Julian Opie & Jeremy Shaw; to the outright practical minds of Ai Weiwei & Anish Kapoor.
EVERYTHING AT ONCE -
STORE STREET STUDIOS X VINYL FACTORY
Store Street Studios - 180 The Strand
A unique creative space and broadcast studios housed in an iconic Brutalist building, Store Studios, 180 The Strand launched in October 2016 with the runaway success of ‘The Infinite Mix: Sound and Image in Contemporary Video’ exhibition, attracting over 80,000 visitors.
Store Studios is the home of London Fashion Week and has previously hosted exhibitions with Louis Vuitton, Moving Museum and Punchdrunk. The space houses a mix of creative companies including Dazed Media, The Vinyl Factory, The Spaces and FACT magazine.
“The coolest space in town. The Vinyl Factory get everything right - the play of dark and light, the spacey trip as people wander through the maze of corners, corridors and sudden expanses, down to the cavernous garages, up to the roof terrace, in a five-storey hunt for the art"
~ The Observer