Something on Your Mind

Something on Your Mind

Peter Liversidge, Something on Your Mind, 2015

Peter Liversidge

Something on Your Mind

Release Date: 15 October 2015

Price: £750.00


Hand-painted baked enamel, cast aluminium

228 x 110 x 7mm

Signed and numbered

Individual plaque, edition of 3

£750 (SLG Fan Price £675)*

*price applicable for edition 2/5

Proposals for the Residents of Sceaux Gardens was originally commissioned as part of The Signs Project, which began in 2013 as a collaboration between Sceaux Gardens Tenants and Residents Association and the South London Gallery to improve way-finding and the visual identity of the estate. The project was supported through Southwark Council’s Cleaner Greener Safer programme and Bloomberg as part of SLG Local. The edition is based upon one of these proposals, an invitation for the whole estate to join a choir and sing a selection of songs.

Peter Liversidge is a London-based contemporary artist known for his diverse artistic practice and use of proposals. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include: doppelgänger, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh 2013; Proposals for Van Abbe, Van Abbemusuem, Eindhoven 2013-14 and a major commission for the Edinburgh Arts Festival 2013. Group shows include: The Spirit of Utopia, Whitechapel Gallery, London 2013; On Nature Sean Kelly Gallery, New York 2013; Santarcangelo Festival 12•13•14 Santarcangelo, Italy 2013; Word on the Street, Center for Book & Paper Arts, Chicago 2013 and Classless Society, Tang Museum, Saratoga, U.S.A. 2013–14.

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