Back in February we supported ground ground-breaking new art media fair Kinetica with their 10 year anniversary exhibition. We’ve long been fans and it’s a rich source of inspiration, showcasing pioneering performative, live performance and media art installations. Following on from this we are now proud to be collaborating on a month long exhibition, at Crown’s Soho office, showcasing the works of three artists featured at the 10th anniversary show.

The selected artists, who all work with light, are Chris Levine, José Manuel González and Lauren Baker. Their works will run consecutively, launching on 9th May with Chris Levine’s ‘Infinity’; followed by Jose Manuel ‘Window to Infinity’ from 16th May and culminating with Lauren Baker’s ‘Transcending’ from 30th May. All works are open to the public to come and view by appointment and are available to purchase or commission.

Crown's Creative Director Casey Evans explains, '……the synergy between each of the artworks, beyond their use of light, resonated with us. We interpreted how each piece explores the concept of expansion…..pushing ourselves creatively; exploring potential and possibilities; and the idea of how we see things. We're delighted to have these works with us and hope they'll inspire visitors, clients and our own team as they interact and enjoy'.

About Kinetica

For the past decade the former Kinetica Museum and subsequent Kinetica Art Fair have received both critical and popular acclaim for their dynamic and engaging curated exhibitions, exhibitor installations and innovative events programmes. Both have popularised and supported the development of artists who are leading the way forward into new artistic domains. Many of the artists shown through Kinetica have gained international success, with their work commissioned & collected extensively.

Since its first exhibition launched to critical acclaim at Spitalfields Market ten years ago, Kinetica has become a leading international platform for innovative artists experimenting with new media. Their recent anniversary exhibition featured over 50 performative and immersive artworks that challenged perceptions to question what is real, perceived or imagined. 

Full details on each artist and their featured work will be uploaded to our blog prior to their launch

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