The Infinite Mix: Contemporary Sound and Image

Emily Rosamond
Hayward Gallery, in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory The Store, London September 9 — December 11, 2016
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Rachel Rose Everything and More, 2015, installation view, The Store, London, 2016.
Photo : © Lynda Nylind
Hayward Gallery, in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory The Store, London September 9 — December 11, 2016

While undergoing renovation, London’s Hayward Gallery goes off-site for The Infinite Mix — an enthusiastically received exhibition of video art that highlights the relation between sound and image. This display of ten works includes well-established artists such as Martin Creed, Stan Douglas, and Elizabeth Price alongside newer talents such as Rachel Rose, Kahlil Joseph, and Cyprien Gaillard. It also doubles as a launch of The Store: a complex of ten studios to be occupied by creative enterprises like The Vinyl Factory, Dazed Media, and FACT Magazine, alongside a shared broadcast studio and an organic café. The exhibition’s website devotes considerable space to promoting these businesses, and features a visionary quote from The Store’s founder, Alex Eagle: “The future of all space is both the physical experience of being in that space and broadcasting that experience to the world.”

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