File 1 - Bad Brains: John Dutton & Peter Snadden

Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 1 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 2 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 3 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 4 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 5 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 6 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 7 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 8 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 9 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 10 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 11 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 12 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 13 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 14 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 15 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 16 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 17 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 18 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 19 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 20 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 21 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 22 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 23 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 24 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 25 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 26 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 27 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 28 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 29 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 30 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 31 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 32 Exhibition: Bad Brains, 1995, slide 33

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SLG-SLI-1995-1

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Bad Brains: John Dutton & Peter Snadden

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  • 1995 (Creation)

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33 colour 35mm slides

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(1868 to present)

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Installation photographs of the exhibition 'Bad Brains: John Dutton & Peter Snadden' which was held at the South London Gallery from 27 January to 26 February 1995. The exhibition displayed over 300 modular silver panel works that together created a single artwork, measuring over 180ft long, which extended around every wall of the gallery space. Each 2ft x 2ft panel showed various forms of alien heads finished in silver and black, which were digitally manipulated to appear as they were mutating. The work was influenced by 1950s science fiction.

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