Luke Routledge
Luke Routledge

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Angelina May Davis
Angelina May Davis

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Richard Dean Hughes
Richard Dean Hughes

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Luke Routledge
Luke Routledge

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P  U  L  P
Extended until: 28th May 2022 

Opening Thursday 17th March 2022   6-8pm

Exhibition 18/03 until 23/04 2022

Wed-Sat 12-4pm

Angelina May Davis, Matt Hale & Nick Cash, Jonathan Wright, Jayne Dyer, Mark Houghton, Luke Routledge, Richard Dean Hughes, Ruth Murray 
EST. 1690 Prints by Victor Burgin, Robert Barry, Vanley Burke, Gavin Wade, Artist Taxi Driver

P U L P  where ideas are mashed and blended. Both books and newspapers are an artists’ digest, archived, catalogued and referenced.

 

The Index includes ; 

 

The broadsheets and tabloids amended by The Artist Taxi Driver. Paintings of periodicals, of books; fiction and fact. Empty books; diaries, pre-digital binders as 1974 post-modern relics by Angelina May Davis. An installation of a fabricated library, books which have been distorted, squished, hollowed out and oozing with liquid pools of ink by Matt Hale & Nick Cash. Oversized Super-HOT chillies resting on the oldest newspaper in the World by Richard Dean Hughes. Or from another world; Luke Routledge’s anthropoids reading from tomorrow’s yore*. A book impasse by Jayne Dyer and a wistful longing for glossy kicks by Ruth Murray in oil.


Est.1690, The Worcester Journal will also be published and distributed to 42k residents of Worcester  / issue #6 of Est.1690 release: 31st March 2022 (tbc)

 

In collaboration with Division of Labour

Please email info@pittstudio.com to book an appointment