Exhibition:

The Aftermath Dislocation Principle Part 7-8

by Jimmy Cauty

11 Jul 2014
31 Aug 2014

Enter the bizarre, twisted world of musician, record producer, artist and cultural provocateur, Jimmy Cauty.

The Aftermath Dislocation Principle is a vast 1:87 scale model landscape, which is desolated, deserted, destroyed, burnt and devoid of life apart from 5000 or so model police that attend this apocalyptic aftermath. With this dark, humoristic and at the same time unnerving dystopian world, Cauty expresses his fascination with subversion, consumerism and entertainment.

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The Aftermath Dislocation Principle disaster tour 2 - Irati

With: James Cauty
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Jimmy Cauty

James Francis Cauty aka Jimmy Cauty, is a British artist, born in Merseyside on 19 December 1956. Over the past 40 years Cauty has distinguished himself as a musician, record producer, artist and cultural provocateur through fusions of high art, low art and popularist mediums - often to spectacular effect.

His roguish and voluble approach has earned him a cult following for work that remains radical, responsive and darkly comical. He produces work that draws on and responds to contemporary culture, very often sampling it and sending/selling it back as recoded realities.

From painting the multi million selling hippy poster The Lord of the Rings as a teenage artist in the 1970s to a string of global top ten hits as co founder of The KLF , The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu , and The Orb to implementation of the The K-Foundation and the seminal actions, The 1994 K Foundation Award and Watch the K-Foundation Burn a Million Quid , (1994) to later artistic experiments with sonic weapons, Advanced Acoustic Armaments , anti Iraq war postage stamps with Stamps of mass destruction and model making A Riot in a Jam Jar.

The Riots in A Jam Jar are for sale and also displayed at the exhibition.

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Riot in a Jar - image of one of the ' Riot in a Jar' works by James Cauty James Cauty

With: James Cauty

More information

Free entrance for Club Mediamatic members. Mediamatic, VOC-kade 10, Oostenburg Amsterdam. Open from 10th July - 31st August daily from 13:00 - 18:00.

The exhibition is developed in collaboration with Piet Hein Eek

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