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Horfée's Imaginarium
Parisian artist Antwan Horfee's debut London exhibition

All of the work in the show has been made specifically for the show; Horfee has ensconced himself in his studio and pushed himself further than ever before. He talks of going “into a sort of trance-state” while making these new pieces, forcing himself to work ceaselessly for long hours, being “100% dedicated to pushing my body to work non-stop.”

He wants the cacophonic results to work on an almost sonic level for its audience, making the viewer “feel directly the effects of rhythm and rhyme, the visual noise in the work.” Everything in Horfee’s loud and lively work is shifting and writhing; “I just want things to move,” he insists.