Assembly Point is delighted to present Pressure Head an exhibition of new work by Milly Peck.
Continuing an ongoing exploration of ideas surrounding imitation, flatness and the stage prop, Milly Peck will create a new sculptural installation in direct response to the gallery space, parodying DIY culture in the domestic sphere. Employing cartoonish imagery pulled from the everyday as a backdrop, hand-drawn networks of faulty plumbing and heating systems will expand across the gallery overlapping one another on the brink of slapstick disfunction.
Milly Peck (b. London, UK) is an artist based in London. She graduated from MA Sculpture at The Royal College of Art in 2016. She received the David Troostwyk/Matt’s Gallery Studio Award which concluded with a solo show, LOUD KNOCK, at Matt’s Gallery (Studio Space), London in 2017. Recent shows she has participated in include: Refinding: Jessie Flood-Paddock with Kenneth Armitage, The Tetley, Leeds; Mudhook at Tintype Gallery, London; Top Bantz, The Royal Standard, Liverpool.
Thursday 18 Jan, 6–9pm