Kate Mackeson & Henrik Potter. Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love

Occupational Hygiene II (2016), KATE MACKESON
wine glass, spoon, uncooked egg, wax, wick, 23 cm x 27 cm x 22 cm

KATE MACKESON & HENRIK POTTER, Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love
installation view at Cell Project, London, December 2016

Come and See (2016), HENRIK POTTER
closed cell polyethylene foam, pocket change, plastic object, metal objects, cigarette butts, paper clip, matches, jewellery, leaves, UV print on styrene, oil paint, moss, grass, perspex, display rings, aluminium frame, 200 cm x 100 cm x 5 cm

Come and See (2016), HENRIK POTTER
closed cell polyethylene foam, pocket change, plastic object, metal objects, cigarette butts, paper clip, matches, jewellery, leaves, UV print on styrene, oil paint, moss, grass, perspex, display rings, aluminium frame, 200 cm x 100 cm x 5 cm

Come and See (2016), HENRIK POTTER
closed cell polyethylene foam, pocket change, plastic object, metal objects, cigarette butts, paper clip, matches, jewellery, leaves, UV print on styrene, oil paint, moss, grass, perspex, display rings, aluminium frame, 200 cm x 100 cm x 5 cm

KATE MACKESON & HENRIK POTTER, Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love
installation view at Cell Project, London, December 2016

Fugue State (2016), KATE MACKESON
wax, oil, collage on aluminium, silicon, uk to us & eu adaptors, eu to uk adaptor, hair straighteners, 46 cm x 60 cm x 40 cm

Fugue State (2016), KATE MACKESON
wax, oil, collage on aluminium, silicon, uk to us & eu adaptors, eu to uk adaptor, hair straighteners, 46 cm x 60 cm x 40 cm

KATE MACKESON & HENRIK POTTER, Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love
installation view at Cell Project, London, December 2016

KATE MACKESON & HENRIK POTTER, Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love
installation view at Cell Project, London, December 2016

all images courtesy of the artists and Cell Projects, London

 

‘Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love’ is a story about coping with the everyday, a tale of precariousness and self-preservation, a play about the loss of communication. Based on the idea of uncertain co-existence, this exhibition brings together the work of two artists who may or may not share common ground.
The two artists in question are KATE MACKESON and HENRIK POTTER both based in London, where the exhibition Landlords are currently not collecting rent in self love is running at Cell Project until January 15, 2017



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