Lemon People, a London based arts collective, formed over the summer of 2014. A blend of musicians, artists, writers and photographers, the Lemons are welcoming their first collaborative event here in London; the Stour Space in Hackney Wick will provide the backdrop for five installations alongside zesty refreshments and special guests throughout the evening.
Volt decided to make it a little easier for you by highlighting the list of installations to be at as:
The Velvet Cave, the first showing of textile artist Meg Nixon’s work. This installation needs little introduction. A giant knitted labia, lets the Lemons welcome you into their take on female genitalia.
Photo by Alice Zoo
Headless Shine, designed by Elliott Arndt, a jack-of-all-trades creatively. This installation opens up a photo booth-style shrine head, inspired by Cristobal and the Sea’s music video. With emphasis on how well Lemon People have developed their presence online, we say get snapping and share the results.
Nude Oasis, a headless figure immersed in total darkness in a projected pool. We need your thoughts on this one, perverted or seductive?
Photo by Steph Wilson
Laura Little presents one of her set designs, entitled ‘Fan Family’. Expect 70’s kitsch and an abundance of loved-up fans.
Space-tacular, a space providing the tunes from Cathy Lucas with other acts TBC. Whether your there for the music, the installations or for the whole lot, this creative bunch are sure to leave you feeling inspired.
Photo by yehan jehan
22nd October 2015
Words by Lora O’Callaghan
TagsAlice Zoo, Cathy Lucas, Elliott Arndt, Headless Shine, Laura Little, Lemon people, Lora O'Callaghan, Meg Nixon, Nude Oasis, Space-tacular, Steph Wilson, The Velvet Cave, yehan jehan,