Plastic Propaganda - Artists collective

Plastic Propaganda exhibition, 125 Old Broad Street, London. Artist: Angus Pryor

Plastic Propaganda exhibition, 125 Old Broad Street, London. Artist: Angus Pryor

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I'm pleased to announce that I've accepted an offer from William Henry and Angus Pryor (Head of Art and Design, University of Gloucestershire) to collaborate in the Plastic Propaganda artists collective.

I like their ethos and was impressed by their track record - Plastic Propaganda have exhibited in some major public venues such as Canary Wharf and The Baltic Exchange, London and at the World Trade Center, Amsterdam.

Look out for the next show, 'Both Ends of Madness', APT Gallery, London 7-24 April 2016.

What is Plastic Propaganda?

"Plastic Propaganda is the plastic and theoretical process of making and authoring, regardless of medium.

It is the umbrella term which we have given to the re-exploration of Modernism within contemporary Fine Art practice and ideas relating to the Post-Conceptual.

We are seeking to initiate new platforms for making, writing and exhibiting contemporary practice.

We wish to develop a supportive and distinctive ethos which will contribute towards inclusive approaches to Fine Art education and towards trends within research as practice."