Antonio Pichillá, Contemporary archaeology, 2014-2021. Stones and textiles. Variable measures (consists of a set of 6 pieces of stones). Courtesy the Artist and Elizabeth Xi Bauer Gallery, London. Image above: Antonio Pichillá, Wind, 2022. Handcrafted textile, mercerised threads and sedalina,, 115 x 121 cm. Courtesy the Artist and Elizabeth Xi Bauer Gallery, London.
For the exhibition, Pichillá will experiment with ways of hanging and displaying his works, including: hanging them from the ceiling; video installation; as well as utilising found objects from nature and alongside those that are man-made.
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