Giant diseased-infested flowers projected on to a massive 360-degree curtain made up of hanging silicone tendrils feature in Mat Collishaw’s Sordid Earth. Collishaw found inspiration in the work of John Martin whilst constructing this piece, using the power of submersion in both a physical and metaphorical sense, to explore the toxic nature of our interest in bad things.
Sordid Earth was shown as part of Ron Arad’s Curtain Call, shown earlier this year at the Roundhouse.
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