21st June 2014
Andipa Contemporary is delighted to announce an independent art performance by British artist William Mackrell. 'Deux Chevaux' is an exciting moving 'sculpture', which thousands of London public will see travelling through Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster on Saturday the 21st June, stopping at nine local cultural landmarks from Serpentine Gallery to V&A to Duke of York Square.
The day-long art performance involves two horses pulling an old Citroen 2CV (a two- horse power car). The work challenges the interaction of human and mechanical power, questioning language's ability to measure their differences and similarities and asks what happens to this action when confronted with the unexpected in the everyday life.
This event is kindly supported using public funding by Arts Council England, a development grant from the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Andipa Gallery, Chelsea Theatre and Crowdfunding and co-ordinated through the Exhibition Road Cultural Group with local museums, cultural centres and the Royal Parks.Cultural Stopping Points and Program of Events:
1. Hyde Park (opposite Serpentine Sackler Gallery), 11.30am-12.00pm West Carriage Drive, London W2 2AR
2. Natural History Museum (Exhibition Road Entrance), 12.15pm-12.45pm
3. Royal Albert Hall Door 2, 1.00pm-1.20pm
4. Institut Francais, 1.40pm-2.00pm
5. Royal British Society of Sculptors, 2.10pm-2.30pm
6. Chelsea Theatre, 3.00pm-3.30pm
7 World's End Place King's Road London
7. Dovehouse Green (opposite Chelsea Town Hall), 3.50pm-4.20pm
8. Duke of York Square (Kings Road), 4.40pm-5.10pm
9. Andipa Gallery Knightsbridge, 5.30pm