Art at GVS23 – Fungi Imperfectai

Bringing together five artists from London, Fungi Imperfectai at Good Vibrations Society this year is a growth amongst the trees of the colourful, the absurd and the playful.

As the title of the exhibition tells us, these works do not fit into the normal classification, instead they expand and transcend their form and their usual gallery homes to create a playground for us all to engage with unusual art in the natural beauty of the Ashdown Forest.

Vita Lerche

Currently based in London, Vita Lerche works with analog technology and performance. Her practice engages with atmosphere and the analogue to visualise electronic systems. She conducts elaborate, often critical performances to showcase political and technological structures that play a role in everyday life.

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Alice Norfield

Alice Norfield is a London-based fine artist specialising in sculpture. She creates abstract sculptural forms from people’s discarded objects to explore ideas around emotional attachment, mass consumerism and what we consider ‘useful’ and ‘useless’. This installation is an invitation to interact and play, bringing together familiar and unfamiliar elements while exploring the dynamic between nature…

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Ellis Berwick

Ellis Berwick is a twenty-something-year-old Londoner who likes to make noises, make things that make noises, make things that move and sometimes make things that make noises by moving.

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Becky Glenn

Becky Glenn is a 25-year-old sculptor based in London. Her work straddles the fine line between repulsion and delight resulting in an array of quirky sculptures that are both humorous and disgusting.

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Josh Vyrtz

Josh Vyrtz (he/him) is an interdisciplinary artist making work that engages with the politics of algorithmic visibility and digital shame. He regularly exhibits work both in the UK and abroad. He was invited to perform at Inter Arts Center (Malmö), was shortlisted for the Red Mansion Art Prize (Beijing) and has completed residencies at Donna…

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