Cass alumna Lady M helps DNA factory celebrate 25 years.
BA Fine Art alumna Lady M is one of the artists exhibiting at SENSE OF CELL, the 25th anniversary exhibition by The DNA Factory at Stash Gallery in South East London. Lady M (the artist's name Michelle St Vincent) is contributing the olfactory element to the exhibition which explores aspects the senses.
Lady M made headlines last year when the huge walk-in sculpture of a human brain she created for her graduation show was illegally squatted and then impounded by a local authority.
The DnA Factory MRBS was formed in 1990 by Dallas & Angel (DnA) after graduating Goldsmiths College. This influential duo have consistently produced a unique and uncompromising body of work reflecting the ambiguities of the social condition.
Other exhibitors at the DNA Factory Show include, Kevin Richards, Lisa Lore Robin Farqhuar-Thompson, Brian Usher, Sophie Parkin, Jan Vink, Wyliewood & Jules.
Image (Detail) The Ultimate Pin-Up (Missile) by THE DnA FACTORY. Archival Hahnemuhle German Etch. Ed. 10. 84 x 59 cm. 2015
|Dates||13 November - 6 December|
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