Gravity & Disgrace

Curated by Inventory friend Rachel Howard Gravity and Disgrace brings together the artist’s own work with that of Jane Simpson and Amelia Newton Whitelaw. Inspired by the Hayward Gallery’s 1993 exhibition Gravity & Grace: The Changing Condition of Sculpture, 1965 – 1975, the exhibition considers how select artists today continue to explore unconventional materiality through painting and sculpture.
Picking up on materials, finishes and colours used in the show the invitation, tall and imposing in stature and orange brown in colour, is typeset in Flange, a typeface who’s tweaked spiky serifs hint at a naughty, “disgraceful” character whilst being grounded in formal tradition. For the after party invitations a foiled “ticket” was added to the invite overprinting the exhibition information.

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