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Charlie Tuesday Gates presents The Museum House of Death

C.T.G’s first solo show since retirement will be at  THE VAULTS Waterloo  Arch 233 Leake Street,  SE1 7NN Private View 22May  6.30- 9.30pm Performance 7.30pm T ransporting you into a fantasy underworld, where beauty and death collide with nostalgia and borderline insanity. Come and experience lost lives and forgotten pasts sitting together in   juxtor posed shrines. Terrifying, intriguing, provocative mixed media assemblage sculpture. Blunt visual puns and methods mock popular culture and tradition. Using context as a vortex, surrounding it with a mystical air of surreal absurdist humour.  --- As well as sculpture, c ontroversial animalation video pieces will also be screened as well as performance, where real animal are manipulated by hand to perform, sing and dance. Some viewers will find all of these images deeply offensive as they  push the limits on taste, ethics and the subject of controversy itself... I'll be doing excerpts from the musical show '