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A Failed Play

The first solo exhibition of Austrian Anna-Sophie Berger’s work in London at Cell Project Space.

Anna-Sophie Berger’s 2013 project ‘fashion is fast’ which included a 36 piece fashion collection is being documented in the Failed Play exhibition, where wall mounted prints drawn from archival material documenting the production of the artist’s 2013 project are included. The exhibition also showcases two new sculptures by the name 'It won’t rain', which repurposes industrial material - composed of 36 steel ladders connected to form a cage-like structure, and 'The Wearer of Clothes', is the shape of a classic ballgown with an iron skeleton akin to historic crinolines. If you would like to see the works of the Austrian fashion designer and artist abroad, make sure to stop by A Failed Play.

12 April - 26 May 2019

Cell Project Space
258 Cambridge Heath Road

London E2 9DA

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