Where Is My Mind? The Work of Vaughan Oliver and the Pixies is the first major exhibition exploring the long-standing collaboration between legendary art director and designer Vaughan Oliver and the Pixies.

Vaughan will be giving a free public lecture on Thursday 25 February (Stockwell Street, Room 11_0003, 6.30-7.30pm) followed by an evening preview of the exhibition. (Friday 26 February at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, running until Saturday 9 April.)

The second part, in the Stockwell Street Project Space, is a collaborative installation between Vaughan Oliver, is the Creative Lead of Graphic Design in the Department of Creative Profession and Digital Arts, 

Vaughan was included in a publication last year from Lewis Blackwell publishers, authored by Caroline Roberts, Graphic Design Visionaries. In it he was profiled as one of 75 designers from the last 100 years of graphic design. He has been exhibited from Tokyo to Paris to LA but this is the first specific Pixies exhibition.

The installation is based upon the Pixies’ Minotaur limited edition box set and incorporates a range of text, image, video and objects organised as a series of layered spaces to create an uncanny labyrinthine environment.

Independent South London craft brewery Orbit Beers has produced a limited edition pale ale for the show called Hey after a song on the Doolittle album. Vaughan designed the label.

The Stephen Lawrence Gallery: 10 Stockwell Street, London, SE10 8EY. Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday, 11 – 5pm; Saturday 11 – 4pm. Closed Easter Bank Holiday Weekend from Friday 25 – Monday 28 March inclusive.

LINKS

University of Greenwich

Department of Creative Professions and Digital Art

CPDA Pages

University of greenwich Galleries