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James Lavelle "Daydreaming with..." Exhibition London

James Lavelle returns with another “Daydreaming with…” exhibition in London, this time being

James Lavelle returns with another “Daydreaming with…” exhibition in London, this time being held at the St. Michael’s Church in Camden, opening on April 27, 2011. “Daydreaming with…” looks to showcase new feature film works by Doug Foster and Jonathan Glazer, with music from UNKLE and Simon Fisher Turner. Highlights include The Heretics’ Gate, which takes its inspiration from Dante’s Inferno, and Red Clay, which was previously shown in the Haunch of Venison exhibition but has been reconfigured in response to the architecture at St. Michael’s Church.

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