The exhibition can now be visited at Mediamatic.
“Once he burned a million quid, reached number one on the charts and made a posting stamp with the Queen wearing a gas mask printed on it. Now the British ‘culture terrorist’ James Cauty works quietly on his dioramas of rioters and battering policemen.”
Translated from: NRC ‘De Luxe’ June 2013.
The London exhibition THE AFTERMATH DISLOCATION PRINCIPLE Part IV comes to our gallery in his own new form. For Cauty’s ‘Riots in a Jam Jar’ Piet Hein Eek makes a wooden case for exhibiting and transporting the jam jars after selling. A riot as a souvenir, as the epitome of disaster tourism.
Click here to read James Cauty’s biography.
– BBC News, 7 oktober 2013
– The Independent, 11 oktober 2013
– Blog John Higgs author of ‘The KLF: Chaos, Magic and the Band who Burned A Million Pounds’, 8 oktober 2013
– Artlyst.com, 10 oktober 2013
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