October 5, 2017
December 10, 2017
The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery Present the Ambitious Group Show Featuring 45 Multi-Sensory Works
Housed in the striking brutalist environment at The Store X – home to last year’s show-stopping music and film exhibition The Infinite Mix – Everything At Once probes the multi-sensory simultaneity of contemporary life, first articulated by John Cage in 1966, a year before Lisson Gallery opened its doors. Neither chronological nor encyclopaedic, the show will instead feature 45 interconnected works that exploit the full potential of the space, whether through installation, painting, sculpture, performance or sound. Alongside Everything At Once, The Store X The Vinyl Factory will also present three site-specific commissions, including a new a/v artwork by Ryoji Ikeda, Arthur Jafa’s Kanye West-soundtracked video work Love is the Message, the Message is Death and Jeremy Shaw’s sci-fi pseudo-documentary Liminals.