Sheridan&Co showcase cutting edge art

Retail design agency Sheridan&Co will be hosting a series of creative shows in its London space this year.

 

The first event scheduled to take place during London Fashion Week will showcase the work of Hormazd Narielwalla.  The show will also feature a unique analogue light projection by BAFTA winning software artist Ed Burton.

 

Entitled Dead Man’s Patterns – Memento Mori, Narielwalla’s work is created from discarded patterns of deceased Savile Row customers – each unique tailoring pattern is cut, bent, stapled and stuck to make the three-dimensional form of a human skull. The artist has already attracted strong interest from amongst others Paul Smith, the British Library and has previously enjoyed the position of Artist in Residence at bespoke Savile Row tailor Dege & Skinner.

 

The creative team in Sheridan&Co’s studio has created the graphics and display furniture for Narielwalla’s show.

 

Michael Sheridan, CEO said “We have successfully used our London space as a flexible retail platform for our clients to trial new products or test new retail display for the last couple of years. During 2011 Julien and I decided to widen the net and work with artists and artisan brands to give them an opportunity to exhibit their work in this great space in the West End.”

 

The show will take place Sheridan&Co’s Blandford Street studio on 20 February to 3 March.  It is open Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm and weekends 10am to 4pm at 10A Blandford Street, London, W1U 4AZ.

 

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