LazInc is extremely proud that Invader, Doug Foster and Paul Insect all feature in the new Somerset House exhibition, Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick, curated by artist and DJ James Lavelle. Launched in 2010, "Daydreaming with ..." is a series of shows that combine music with a variety of visual arts in order to create a unique multi-sensory experience, unparalleled in the current museum and gallery traditions.
The new group exhibition is inspired by the great master of filmmaking, Stanley Kubrick. A diverse set of artists present their works, offering a new perspective on the iconic director's characters, scenes and themes.
Invader's Rubik Kubrick depicts the infamous antihero from A Clockwork Orange. The piece on display is a print of the original work, which is constructed from individually coloured tiles, a trait so iconic it is immediately recognisable.
Inspired by the famous "Stargate" sequence in 2001: A Space Odyssey, Foster's piece takes the form of an endless widescreen tunnel. Made in collaboration with the composer and cellist Phillip Sheppard, this immersive work draws the viewer in and momentarily suspends them in time.
Insect's work alludes to the portrayal of violent, disaffected youth in A Clockwork Orange. Combining colour and Union Jack motifs, the artist suggests a fusion between 1960s pop art and contemporary street art.
The exhibition runs from 6th July to 24th August 2016, and is open daily from 10am to 6pm.