Davide D'Elia's 'Booze around Light Bulbs' presented by Heimatmuseum: today 03 March 2013 is the last day
197-199 Stoke Newington High St, N16, Across from the Jolly Butchers
In D'Elia's album of subtle but strong dichotomies, everyday objects, which are connected to each other through association, are placed in opposition to each other depending on whether he perceives them as either 'warm' or 'cold'.
The lipstick and pritstick, the letter and iphone, the eggtimer and digital clock; are summoned by the artist to portray his subjection that nature, movement, the past etc. are warm, and particularly so when placed side by side with the cold; the artificial, the static, the futuristic.
D'Elia invites us to look on the world as a series of potentially warm or cold moments. These moments are contained within objects and they are released through perception.