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Pump House Gallery

The White Station

Sunday 5 Dec 2 - 4pm TO 6 Feb 2005
OPEN Weds/Thurs/Sun 11-5, Fri/Sat 11-4pm. Closed Mon/Tues

Axel Antas / Helen Chadwick / Simon Faithfull / Andy Goldsworthy /
Heidi Morstang / Seifollah Samadian

XMAS CLOSING 20 Dec - 7 Jan inclusive
EXHIBITION TOUR Sat 29 Jan 3pm Free
FAMILY WORKSHOP Sun 30 Jan 1.30-3.30pm Free
PUMP HOUSE GALLERY Battersea Park, London SW11 nearest tube Sloane Square
then bus 137, nearest rail Battersea Park
or Queenstown Road)

Pump House Gallery would like to invite you to the private view for
The White Station on Sunday 5th December 2-4pm.

The White Station brings together works in which artists have
experimented with snow as a physical material, for it's potential to
shape and engage us in its physicality. Photographs by Andy
Goldsworthy document 'Midsummer Snowballs', an incongruous siting of
large snowballs placed in the City of London. Photogaphs and a poem
document the making of Helen Chadwick's notorious 'P1ss Flowers',
formed by patterns made by the artist and her husband urinating into the snow.

In 'Snowangels' Axel Antas draws from childhood memories of a
children's game in his native country Finland, whilst Heidi Morstang's
recent film 'A Doll's House' presents visuals of snow immersed forest
landscapes, broken by the somehow painful sound of skis slicing
through the snow at speed. In 'The White Station', Seifollah Samadian
documents a woman, in full black chador, struggling in an intense
snowstorm to a soundtrack of cawing birds, whistling wind and snow muffled city sounds.

During a current arts-based research trip to Antarctica, artist Simon
Faithfull will produce a new photographic work for the Pump House
Gallery that will be shown as part of The White Station in January
2005. He will also be in contact via 'Antarctic Dispatches', daily
palm pilot drawings via email, charting his incredible journey. These
can be accessed via his website


Andy Goldsworthy courtesy of the artist and Albion, London. Helen
Chadwick courtesy of Helen Chadwick Estate, Zelda Cheatle Gallery and
Serpentine Gallery, 'A Doll's House' by Heidi Morstang is a Picture
This Small Wonders Commission.

Pump House Gallery would like to thank DWELL for their generous in-kind



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