Flat Time House retrospective The Shift includes Heather Phillipson loan

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Heather Phillipson, Zero-Point Garbage Matte, 2012. Installation view Zabludowicz Collection: 20 Years. Photo: Stuart Whipps
Heather Phillipson, Zero-Point Garbage Matte, 2012. Installation view Zabludowicz Collection: 20 Years. Photo: Stuart Whipps

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Heather Phillipson's Zero-Point Garbage-Matte has been loaned to Flat Time House, London, for their penultimate exhibition.The multimedia sculpture was previously exhibited at the space as part of the group show EYE MUSIC FOR DANCING in 2012, and later included in Zabludowicz Collection: 20 Years in 2015.  We are very happy to see it re-presented as part of The Shift, a celebration of the Flat Time House programme and ethos featuring an array of artists who have worked with the organisation over the past 8 years.


The Shift opened 20 April and continues until 29 May 2016. More information is available on the Flat Time House website.

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