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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

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What’s On: Luis Urculo

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.