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Carol Wyss, Not Necessarily In The Right Order, Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Thames-Side Print Studio member Carol Wyss will be exhibiting print, sound and projection installation works created in collaboration with Dominic Murcott and Ian Peppiatt alongside other exhibiting artists Graeme Miller, Dirty Electronics and Dushume.

Taking its cue from the celebrated Morcambe and Wise sketch with ‘special guest’ Andre Previn, this exhibition engages with its invited participants in testing concepts of order in sound. Eric’s punchline: ‘I’m playing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order’ evokes the Laßwitz / Borges allegories of the ‘universal library’ (Library of Babel), a conceptual library containing the countless numbers of books necessary to have every possible ordering of sensible and nonsensical words. The fitting application of this concept to the medium of sound is what makes the joke so enduring, and this also lays out ground for the works encountered in this exhibition. Variation and external intervention, is built into all of the works. They are spatially presented, though at times sharing the same sound space, so the time and passage of their audiences’ visits also becomes a factor in how the works are experienced.

Private View Tuesday 28th February, 6-9pm, all welcome.

Exhibition dates: 28 February-24 March
Open Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm, and Saturday, 11am-4pm.

Stephen Lawrence Gallery, 10 Stockwell Street, Greenwich, London SE10 9BD.