Gravity-defying Shoe Installation on the Streets of London by Pejac
What goes up does not necessarily always come back down, such is the case with a series of new works made in London by Spanish artist Pejac. Titled Downside Up, these four new works are Pejac's first-ever series installed on the streets of London. His gravity-defying installations feature a collection of old sneakers and shoes hanging from lampposts but in reverse with the shoes appearing to float skywards.
"You do not have to be an artist or a child to have a different view of reality. This work is for those who are looking to let their imagination drift away with gravity. Or possibly more for all those who have forgotten to do so.” — Pejac
The new work from the artist coincides with his upcoming exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space, in London opening on the 22nd July 2016, titled ‘Law Of The Weakest’ more info to follow.
LAW OF THE WEAKEST — PEJAC SOLO SHOW LONDON. JULY 22-31
Location: Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DP
Underground: Liverpool Street / Shoreditch Overground Station
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