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Sam Lewitt and Lucy Raven “Wild Sync & Weak Locals” at Pilar Corrias Gallery, London

Pilar Corrias Gallery is pleased to present a two-person exhibition by Sam Lewitt and Lucy Raven, “Wild Sync & Weak Locals”.

In the ground floor gallery, Sam Lewitt activates custom fabricated copper-clad plastic heating circuits by maxing out the electrical energy available for lighting. Etched out of exposed photolithographic emulsion, the copper lines that heat up on these films trace-out pull quotes from the lexicon of infrastructurally administered flexibility.

In the lower gallery, Lucy Raven recreates the industrial rotocaster as a system for projecting light. Two wall-mounted structures, Casters (2016), rotate 575w lamps in mirrored trajectories, illuminating the interior of the gallery in a figure X.

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at Pilar Corrias Gallery, London
until 5 August 2016

Above, top – Sam Lewitt, Spectator Lineaments, 2016

Above, bottom – Lucy Raven, installation view at Pilar Corrias Gallery, London, 2016

Sam Lewitt, A Weak Local Lexicon (MHTL), 2016

Sam Lewitt, A Weak Local Lexicon (MHTL) (detail), 2016

Sam Lewitt, A Weak Local Lexicon (MHTL) (detail), 2016

Lucy Raven, Casters, 2016

Lucy Raven, Casters, 2016

Lucy Raven, Casters, 2016

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Sam Lewitt and Lucy Raven “Wild Sync & Weak Locals” installation views at Pilar Corrias Gallery, London, 2016

Courtesy: the artists and Pilar Corrias Gallery, London. Photo: Damian Griffiths

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