Framed #17

December 8th, 2018  //  21:00

Music:
REEMA

Living in Berlin, Germany but born and raised in London, Reema’s bitter-sweet, otherworldly, folk inspired sound comes from a deep desire to communicate. Everything from her artwork to her clothing are made by Reema with love and all help her share her stories. 

Reema has worked with amazing producers like Stephen Street and Ethan Johns and supported great bands like ‘The Kaiser Chiefs’, ‘Imagine Dragons’ and ‘Biffy Clyro’. Her first release was a limited edition, analogue, live vinyl, with arrangements from incredible producer Guy Sternberg. With the record already almost sold out in just a few months, Reema is excited about what will come next.

“…honest, brave, and utterly, utterly beautiful…”
(The Vinyl District)

Art:
ANGUS MASSEY

Angus Massey’s work is at once classical and contemporary. Drawing from Eastern philosophies, most notably Advaita, he uses the human figure as a means to question our commonly held notions of consciousness, reality and the self.
His early training was in life drawing and graphic design and it is from these foundations that his sculpture evolved.
After art college in Ireland he moved to Italy where he lived for more than ten years, working in various studios in Pietrasanta, Florence and Siena.
He also travelled extensively in Africa and India where he worked with stone and bronze. 

His first solo show was in Israel in 2010. Combining the two-dimensional surface of the mirror with three dimensional form, he creates figures that unite differing realms of perception, proposing a synthesis of elements, dimensions and realities.
By fusing the weightless, silent reflection and the heavy, opaque solidity of the bronze a transdimensional entity is embodied, a figure in perfect symmetry.
There is absolute balance, and echoes of the physical and the spiritual existing side by side, forming a unified whole. 

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