DoBeDo contributor Lewis Teague Wright is having a solo exhibition at The Depot, curated by Roxie Warder and Suzannah Pettigrew.
The Title of the exhibition, Stellen, is from the old Dutch meaning ‘to state’, ‘to put forward’. Teague Wright works predominantly in sculpture and film. For his second solo exhibition, he has produced a series of sculptures based around the ideas of security, ownership, identity and spatial occupation.
DoBeDo contributor Lewis Teague Wright is part of a group exhibition at The Dye House in Peckham.
The exhibition puts forward a selection of sculptural propositions of an emerging generation of promising artists. The Dye House´s generous space offers the opportunity to present a conglomeration of several larger works and expansive installations to be shown in relation to one another without infringing on the individual pieces´ respective comfort zones. Vibrations are transmitted and received, truncated, distorted and spewn back again.
DoBeDo contributor Lewis Teague Wright is having a solo exhibition at Galleries Goldstein.
‘Fate of the Postern’ is the first in a new series of works that will pick up on Teague Wright’s ongoing interest in cartography, geography and the occupation and surveillance of this geography. Titled Momentary Monuments it will explore Teague Wright’s fascination with the de-environmentalisation of objects and artefacts from their natural, camouflaging setting, and re-presenting them, without the context of the landscape to define them.