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David Shillinglaw ‘Alive in the Human Hive’ Private View

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David Shillinglaw ‘Alive in the Human Hive’ Private View

Spanning across our 10m long, double height main wall, ‘Alive in the Human Hive’ is our latest installation by British artist David Shillinglaw. An energetic, colourful representation of a human landscape including a number of intricate canvases.

Describing his latest work, David says: “We all suffer and celebrate: appetites and desires, fears and misfortunes. How can I paint a picture of the world? The local and global landscape. Planet Earth is a place so strange, so full of beauty and wonder, mistakes and confusion. This confusion is very important to me, it feeds me and my work.”

Thank you to everyone that joined us last week for the private view,  it was great to see so many familiar and new faces; we hope you enjoyed the evening as much as we did!

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For those of you who were unable to make it to the event, please join us at CDW in May, where you will be able to view our ‘Alive in the Human Hive’ installation and also purchase some of the canvasses that are displayed within it.

Also at CDW: A panel discussion on ‘Redefining Hotel Artwork’ with Double Decker’s Wilhelm Finger and Melita Skamnaki and journalist and hospitality consultant Harry McKinley. A talk by lighting designer Tom Raffield, our product launch of the Rakino collection by Tim Rundle and our launch party with live Jazz music.

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