KILIMANJARO MAGAZINE EDITS

Kilimanjaro Magazine Edits
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KILIMANJARO MAGAZINE EDITS



15 Monday 15th February 2010

Discovering something new can be great. It can also be bad, like discovering your other half has been secretly humping Alsatians for money to feed their addiction to online gambling. Luckily the discovery I discovered last week was a good un, though it did involve a dog mounting something, not a person (phew) but a hybrid piggy smash face creature (Yay).

This was my introduction to the work of Mr Alex Hoda in the form of his sculpture entitled Punchline (above). Oh how I laughed, then the laughing stopped and I wanted more. Luckily for everyone around me it wasn’t long before I tripped (mind the step) into the presence of Toungtwister Screwdriver Gutwrench (below).

 

This is a large bin bag black triptych that has the look of salvaged parts from an industrial animal sex factory accident, or was it some genetic sex soup experiment. Either way, whatever the hell is going on its horrible - horribly good fun that is. Exploring them with your eyeballs is like rock pooling on the coast line of an oil spill “look mum a crab claw, oh oh oh, a deflated pig with a broken bone for a face, shit there’s Eddie from iron maiden.”

Oh it’s a cracking day out. Go see it.

 

 

You will find the work described above as part the group show Kilimanjaro Magazine Edits: art, love and everyday life currently showing at 20 Hoxton Square Projects, London, and it runs till February 27.

 

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