Here’s a clip and some images with a brief explanation of the artwork currently being exhibited at the Magda Danysz Gallery London as part of the Gamma Proforma Cosmic Flush exhibition.

The work that I do with the Lego ‘Letter Racers’ is the combined result of years of study and analysis of symbology and language structure from its roots throughout history until modern graffiti, including an apprenticeship with New York artist, The Rammellzee. I create these alphabetical letter sculptures with Lego as my chosen medium because I feel the Lego system is synonymous and illustrative of language, how we build words and sentences is by joining individual parts to piece together a whole concept. In addition, fairly advanced working mechanisms and geometry can be configured into the letter structure with Lego, the result is an independently functional 3D symbol in a state of motion and dynamic flux. This concept, through both physics and metaphysics represents an evolution of the alphabet into more streamlined symbols and an attempt to correct historic manipulations to confine and redirect the alphabet…”

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The “Cosmic Flush” Exhibition, celebrating the life and work of the legendary Rammellzee.

10-22 December 2015 at Magda Danysz Gallery, London.

Featuring works from Futura, Doze Green, Ian Kuali’i, Delta, sheOne, Augustine Kofie, Poesia, Toxic, Dr.Zulu, Will Barras, Divine Styler, Mr Len, Edan, Beans and more.

Rammellzee passed away in 2010, but before he left us he recorded his magnum opus, entitled “Cosmic Flush” with producer Jonah Mociun. The carefully curated collection of unreleased breakcore and speed metal-influenced rap tracks is a future relic finally seeing the light of day with credit to London record label Gamma Proforma. The Cosmic Flush series becomes an important addition to the legacy that is the late great Rammellzee and an extension to his complex “Gothic Futurist” philosophy and unique vision.

There are 7 core tracks, each reinterpreted and remixed by various influential visual and audio artists. The exhibition is a comprehensive collection of the entire record series and original artworks, tribute paintings, prints and sculptures.

In addition, a special edition hardcover catalogue featuring all of the artworks is available to order here.

Cosmic Flush opens this Thursday 10th December, 6pm at Magda Danysz Gallery, 61 Charlotte St, London. W1 (DJ Food will be performing an all Rammellzee set for Solid Steel Radio on the opening night.)

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