The exhibition Gullet by Julia Crabtree & William Evans is an homage to entropy while presenting a massive landscape made of a huge carpet, pillows, blown glass containers filled with amoebic microorganisms and also animal intestines or (else filled sausages) scattered in the space. What drew my attention was how bio-mater in art can allude into a narrative of life and evolution while being itself a dead body. Painted, appropriated and incorporated into an eroticised scenario.
“Gullet” is an extension of ‘Gulch’ installation that commissioned by The Banff Centre, Canada and exhibited in ‘No Visible Horizon’ exhibition.
By Eirini Pouliasi / Irene Pouliasi