Jan 15 – Feb 26
Open Monday to Saturday 12-6pm
Private view Friday Jan 14 from 6-8.30pm
Tenner is made up of ten quid - a thousand pennies - stacked up in a single gleaming 6 ft column, rising upright from the floor to the height of a person.
A twinned coin piece, Breeder, has two low mounds rising from the gallery floor that appear to be growing, splitting or fusing from a liquid mass of scattered pennies.
Rigidity plays against fluidity, stack against spread, save against spend.
"...see: how money breeds, naked,
Marion Coutts was the Kettle’s Yard Fellow 2003-04. Solo shows
include Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (2003) and Chisenhale Gallery,
London (2002). In
Tablet gallery hosts an aspirational programme that offers first-time
chances to encounter contemporary art within a unique West London context.
Forthcoming projects include Robin Deacon, Amikam Toren