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“Taste the difference” – Part 2 by Loess Collective


50 Celebration Avenue, Stratford, London E20
PV Thursday 23rd February, 6pm-9pm
24th February – 10th March 2023
Open Wed-Sun 12-5pm

Loess collective presents “Taste the difference” Pt. 2!  Join us for a continuation of our satirical and playful show, referencing the space’s former occupant – Sainsbury’s. A play on words with the supermarkets luxury food brand, the exhibition title plays subtle reference to the different nationalities, backgrounds and ideas of each artist.

A mixed media show comprising painting, sculpture, performance, installation and multimedia. Come and interact with the works, join us for artist talks and panels, and investigate relationships between invasive species, connecting to our ideas about human migration. Explore socially constructed boundaries defining the body and the environment, but most of all uncover our ideas surrounding food!

This exhibition is brought to you by artists from Goldsmiths Masters in Fine Art, and Masters in Curation, with the support of HYPHA STUDIOS, and made possible by Get Living.
Curated by Evie Banks, Margherita Ghella & Susanna Lopez

Aliceson Carter, Carmen Grey, Beverley Duckworth, Rebeka Vaino, Michelle Johnson, Cayentano Sanz de Santamaria, Alexander Tarasenko, Niovi Kafantari, Jiwon Yoo, Mengyan Luo, Ding Jiaying, Mati Araoz, Luke Bacon, Ilke Sahin, Denqian Xu, Ya Hsuan Hsiao, Tam Man Ching Michelle, Shiyu Zhou, Qiuxia Zhang, Bede Robinson, Jeehee Kim, Laurence Green, Lawrence Kirk, Michèle Saint-Michel, Ke Zhang, Khushboo, Anya Tong, Jaeho Shin

Contact Information

Email: Evie Banks [email protected]  Margherita Ghella [email protected]
Socials: @alexander.tarasenko @alicesoncarter @tong.anya @bev.duckworth @gray_carmen @cashesart @dengqianxu @dngdingdng @that.ilke @lazyheeee @yeonsin_nae @itsnotyouitsmeow @khushiia7 @laurencegreenverde @lumen_floss @ellosexy @mati_araoz_ @luomengyan @michelesaintmichel @savagewithaconscience @niovi15 @qiuxial95 @rebekalvaino @diandiandian_1 @ching_ching988 @m1he11 @xcloudy_worldx

Mati Araoz

‘It Tastes a Bit Like Rhubarb’  (2023)
Moving image
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Luke Anthony Bacon

‘Yuki’ (2022)
Nylon wire, aluminium, canvas, oil paint, airdrying clay, adhesive, duct tape
16 x 43 x 24 cm
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Aliceson Carter

‘Porridge Bowls _ Spoons_’ (2017)
Digital Photography
465 x 120 cm
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Beverley Duckworth

‘Untitled’ (2023)
85 x 162 x 47 cm
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Laurence Green

‘Elastatic Contraption’ (2023
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Carmen Grey

‘Sitting at the edge of nothing’ (2023)
Screenprint on cotton fabric
60 x 42 cm
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Ya Hsuan Hsiao

‘The Cave of Eighteen Arhats’ (2023)
Two channel video projection
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Ding Jiaying

‘Morning After’ (2023)
Installation with sound
120 x 300 x 300 cm
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Niovi Kafantari

‘The head’ (2022)
22 x 35 x 36 cm
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‘Maati – Soil, Land, Country, Nation, Homeland, Clay, Origin’ (2021)
Multani Mitti (Fuller_s Earth), Titanium white powder, plant dyes and pigments
29.7 x 105 cm
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Jeehee Kim

‘Cactus Kiss’ (2022)
Mixed Media
180 x 120 cm
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Lawrence Kirk

‘Memorial Miniature Work #1’ (2023)
Knoppäng, Lack, Potted Plastic Flowers, Self Oxidised Floral Form
22 x 22.5 cm
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Michelle Lee Johnson

‘At the mercy of being’ (2023)
Ceramic, car paint, hair (from artist), resin
20 x 20 cm
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Mengyan Luo

‘Go Away. Give Me A Hug’ (2022)
Konjac flour, chia seeds, Mirror, ink
200 x 200 cm
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Tam Man Ching Michelle

‘Untitled’  (2023)
Single channel video, engraved metal plate, oil paint
75 x 200 cm
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Ilke Sahin

‘Dissolving chain’ (2023)
Calcium chloride, magnets, ball bead chain
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Michéle Saint-Michel

‘I don’t remember dancing in the kitchen. I remember there was no place to hide’ (2023)
24-36 compact mirrors
180 x 80 cm
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Cayetano Sanz de Santamaria

‘Rooster Triptych’ (2022)
(left to right) 20 x 15 cm, 35 x 23 cm, 40 x 30 cm
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Cayetano Sanz de Santamaria

‘What Might There Be For Lunch’  (2022
Oil on canvas.
75.5 x 100 cm
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Jaeho Shin

‘The Planets Are Linin Up’ (2022)
Digital print on PVC banner mounted on anti-climb metal fence panel
Acrylic on tarpaulin mounted on anti-climb metal fence panel
200 x 700 x 3.81 cm
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Alexander Tarasenko

‘Me, The Idol’ (2023)
Digital Photography
158 x 165 cm
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Anya Tong

‘Invalid Units’ (2022)

Performance video recording, found objects, water
40 x 100 cm
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Rebeka Vaino

‘The man who spoke snakish’ (2022)
Snake skin, silicone, resin
80 x 40 cm
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Dengqian Xu

‘Until the flame goes out’ (2022)
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Jiwon Yoo

An email for my printer, 2022 – Inkjet printing on paper
1.2. A reply from my printer, 2022 – Inkjet printing on paper 
2. Copied love stories, 2022 – Acrylic on acrylic
3. Scum Just Boosting Entropy, 2022 – Acrylic on acrylic
4. Soap, 2022 – Acrylic on acrylic
5. Recorder, cry, 2022 – Acrylic on acrylic
6. My Pet, 2022-  Plastic.
7. Some writings,  2022-  printed papers,  A4 in a file
Total dimensions:
29.7 x 352 x 80 cm
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Ke Zhang

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Qiuxia Zhang

‘Untitled’ (2023)
10 x 15 x 15 cm
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Shiyu Zhou

‘How do I talk about this secret’ (2022)
Video, sound, sculpture
170 x 50 cm
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Selected By

Artist Celia Hempton and Get Living

Celia Hempton (born 1981, Stroud, UK) is currently included in British Art Show 9, (touring), and My Life in the Metaverse, curated by Dr. Omar Kholeif, Manarat Al Saadiyat, Abu Dhabi.  A monograph has been published this year by Phillida Reid with accompanying text by Amia Srinivasan.  Her work has been included in many institutional shows, including ICA Boston, Whitechapel Gallery and Serpentine London, as well as Performance Space New York, Gwangju Biennale, Art Night with ICA London, amongst others. It is held in the collections of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellin, Colombia, The British Council and the Government Art Collection, UK. 

@hempton’s work explores concepts of voyeurism in the post-digital age. In her paintings, performances and installations, she investigates the blurred lines of comfort and consent; desire and subjugation, visibility and opacity; seeking to deconstruct the ways in which we engage with each other in a rapidly evolving age of hyper-mediation. Formally, Hempton’s paintings, which range in scale from intimate to life-size, acknowledge the tropes of history painting and the often subjugated female body. Hempton’s richly layered paintings directly play with and confront this historical dynamism, producing tactile celebrations of the body, alongside multiple perspectives on how the bodily gaze is constructed. 

In partnership with @wearegetliving

Photo Holly Whittaker.