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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG – Encyclopedia 2012, Acrilic on glass

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG – Alte Pinakothek 2010, Crocheted fabric

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG – Installation

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG – Installation

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG – Museums #14

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    Luis Urculo: JET LAG – National 2010, Crocheted fabric

What's On: Luis Urculo

Posted by Bryony Quinn,

JET LAG, the latest exhibition at The Popular Workshop, is a new collection of work from designer/artist/architect Luis Urculo that hangs on the edges of the conventional architecture periphery. Interested in mark-making, errors, “alternate versions of time and landscapes to create an atlas of memories, diagrams and structures,” Luis samples his own irreverent vernacular to describe new spaces and their potential narratives – translated through physical and illustrative means and media. A quick look at earlier works and exhibits, like the sculptural Covers series, only emphasises a lean towards a wider experimental language in his work.


Posted by Bryony Quinn

Bryony was It’s Nice That’s first ever intern and worked her way up to assistant online editor before moving on to pursue other interests in the summer of 2012.