I’m always lazy when I miss you

Holly White

16 May – 30 May 2015
Exhibition Opening: Friday 15 May 2015, 6 – 9pm


I’m always lazy when I miss you is Holly White’s first exhibition with ANDOR. A new sculptural installation including collages made using photos from the artist’s Tumblr, tie-dyed bedding, beeswax candles, homemade crystals and ceramics has been constructed in the gallery spaces, making use of ANDOR’s architecture as well as furniture found by the artist in the building. White also presents a new video work produced in the space, devised with choreographer Nina von der Werth and dancer Victoria Guy. A publication of photographs and text by the artist accompanies the exhibition.

Holly White (b. London, 1985) graduated from UCL, MA Material and Visual Culture, in 2014. Recent solo exhibitions by the artist include No one is going to go there anymore, Evelyn Yard, London (2014) and The New Deal, LimaZulu, London (2011). Recent group exhibitions include Our House in the Middle of Your Street, Life Gallery, Vilma Gold, London (2015); HPSCHD 1969>2015, MAMbo, Bologna (2015); Young London 2013, V22, London (2013); Ocean Living, Arcadia Missa, London (2013); You Screen I Screen Unscreen Sunscreen, Library+, London (2013); Net Narrative, Carlos Ishikawa, London (2012) and Overtime!!, Embassy, Edinburgh (2012). White’s work is frequently published in print and available online: Food Blog for EXTINCT.LY, Serpentine Galleries (2015); Jelly Shots, Lunch Bytes (November 2013); Ocean Living, with Megan Rooney, published by Arcadia Missa (September 2013); The OkCupid Diaries, Art Licks magazine (July 2013). The artist regularly uploads videos to YouTube and is involved in ongoing collaborations such as music project Goth Tech (2012 – present). White also curated Classic Friendship Podcasts, a bimonthly podcast with new work from artists and writers (2013 – 2014). A forthcoming collaboration by Holly White with Hannah Black will be published by Dreaming of Streaming in 2015.






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