Lauri Hopkins' work encourages storytelling and re-seeing things. Her non-representational, abstract collages and low reliefs resemble the geometric style of Constructivism with an inherent architectural sculptural quality.
This is the first solo exhibition by Hopkins and the first time that a large body of her work has been seen together. Slip N Slide can be seen as a visual diary. A collection of moments, a record of the incidental poetry of everyday suburban life, each communicated in Hopkins' distinct visual language of tactile lopsided geometry.
Thursday 30th of May, 2019
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Tube: South Kensington (17 min walk)
Train: Imperial Wharf (19 min walk)