Tuesday, 20 September 2011

corinne felgate : magic in the mundane

I'm easily charmed by an artist who takes the ordinary and with a twist, makes it magical, especially when there's a clear sense of humour involved. Corinne Felgate's glitter-enhanced Mondrians were on show at London's Pump House Gallery last weekend as part of their cheeky future-looking exhibition, Space Station Zsa Zsa, and previous work has included an umbrella made out of J-cloths, a pond filled with rubber ducks and a metal bucket which seemed to pump out an endless tube of soapy bubbles. You can see more of Felgate's work, including Deficit Denier (pictured below, unless she asks me to remove the pic, of course) at her website.

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