Benedict Drew: Heads May Roll

Art

Installation

Matt's Gallery

Until Sun Apr 20

  • Free
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

    © the artist, courtesy Matt's Gallery

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

     Installation photograph by Peter White, courtesy the artist and Matt's Gallery, London

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

     Installation photograph by Peter White, courtesy the artist and Matt's Gallery, London

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

    © the artist, courtesy Matt's Gallery

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

    © the artist, courtesy Matt's Gallery

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

     Installation photograph by Peter White, courtesy the artist and Matt's Gallery, London

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

     Installation photograph by Peter White, courtesy the artist and Matt's Gallery, London

    Benedict Drew
  • Benedict Drew

    'Heads May Roll' (2014)

    © the artist, courtesy Matt's Gallery

    Benedict Drew

Benedict Drew

'Heads May Roll' (2014)

© the artist, courtesy Matt's Gallery

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rebecca drew

It's a beautiful, sensual show about the disembodiment of the internet and the embodiment of art. From knobbly knees to astronaut's tears, a monster drummer and a red-glazed escape hole. It dazzles and seduces and unsettles, and it forces you to take time to navigate it, demanding we stretch our ever-shrinking concentration span.