Roland Carline will transform into a panto horse courtesy the artist
Welsh artist Roland Carline says that he plans to modify his exhibition on show at the Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, University of London (until 12 January) in light of the Conservative partys landslide victory in the UK general election on 12 December. Carline will walk around the space in a horse costume controlled by levers which, he says, highlights the “pantomime” aspect of Boris Johnsons victory (the Prime Minister secured a majority of 80 seats in Parliament earlier this month).
The artist, a graduate of the Royal Academy schools in London, is presenting four live works at the Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, University of London (until 12 January), in collaboration with local community groups such as Meet Me at the Albany, an arts club for people aged over 60.
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