Third Drawer Down X David Shrigley X Glow Festival

 

 

Third Drawer Down presents Light Switch, a work by David Shrigley, during the City of Stonnington's Glow Winter Arts Festival. 

As the sun goes down, the light switch comes on in Third Drawer Down's Greville street window. Visitors can see the Glasgow artist's video work on display throughout the evening of the 21st-22nd of August.

Third Drawer Down Studio has worked with David Shrigley since early 2012, creating collections with the artist that range from duvet covers to domino sets. Shrigley's work was most recently shown as a major exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) in the summer of 2014. 

Third Drawer Down Studio collaborated with Shrigley and the NGV to curate and create the General Store during the exhibition, with over 30 new products on sale and display. Shrigley's cult-like following has developed over the years due to his darkly humorous and deliberately crude drawings that delve deep into the banality and absurdity of everyday life and human neurosis. 

The Glow Festival will take over the streets of Stonnington with an action packed program of free and ticketed events across the art forms, on rooftops, in intimate spaces and traditional theatres. You can find the full program here.

 

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