London’s Marlborough gallery recently launched a multi-room immersive installation entitled ‘Colony Sound’ by artists Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe. The massive showcase features a total of eleven rooms ranging from a telecommunications retail outlet to a half-incinerated recording studio. One of the more eye-catching spaces is a drop-out lounge made entirely out of homemade ceramics. “In this exhibition, Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe riff on the historical narratives surrounding The Smile to create a sprawling architectural intervention that oscillates between the habitats of the counterculture and the sites of technological invention,” said the gallery in a statement.
Tour ‘Colony Sound’ above and then visit Marlborough’s website for further details. The installation is on view until October 19.
In other sprawling presentations, take a look inside the “Tokyo Pop Underground” exhibition hosted by NANZUKA at Jeffrey Deitch’s New York City spaces.
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Creating numerous alternative realities, Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe’s immersive installation COLONY SOUND comments on ideologies of surveillance, communication, counter-culturalism, consumerism and conspiracy theories. These abundantly rich narratives make for an equally rich visual experience – one that is neither representative, a façade or even a fake-reality, but one that converges all these ideas into one – 11 room installation. On view in London until October 19.