Littlewhitehead

Hailing from Glasgow, Littlewhitehead take their inspiration from the city’s working class and post-industrial culture. Brought up as children of the 1980‘s on a diet of video, computer games and the gloomy landscape of socialist Glasgow their darkly humorous sculptures provocatively explore the phenomenon of violence as an increasingly normalised means to identity and community. Their work is very much steeped in their own ideosyncratic brand of humour. They explain: “This made-up world is the construct of a dialogue between the two of us, which infuses scenes from an encyclopaedic range of references, from video nasties, to current events, and subconscious musings. It is in that world, unlike the one we actually inhabit, where we can fulfil these sinister desires.”

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Littlewhitehead 2010

Littlewhitehead 2010

The Thing
200 year old bible, batter, resin
22 x 27 x 9 cm (approx)
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Littlewhitehead 2010

Littlewhitehead 2010

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Inkjet print on paper (framed), unique
62 x 51 cm
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Littlewhitehead 2010

Littlewhitehead 2010

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62 x 51 cm
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Littlewhitehead 2010

Littlewhitehead 2010

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Inkjet print on paper (framed), unique
62 x 51 cm
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Littlewhitehead 2010

Littlewhitehead 2010

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Inkjet print on paper (framed), unique
62 x 51 cm
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