SELFRIDGES LONDON / DIESEL POP UP INSTALLATION / TWO WEEKS DURATION
The use of your tape concept (which ties in with range/aesthetic of campaign) could hang around the area giving a strong cohesion between the cube and the actual space bringing everything together nicely. SELFRIDGES SPACE + CUBE + CLOTHES + HATE COUTURE = :) could also be utilised on windows..
MOCK UP VIDEO
Find below (just for our initial inhouse reference) some examples of screen, it seems installations have used full rimless LCD screens for past displays.
ORIGINAL MOCK UP VIDEO
The artwork would be done all fresh for the project but with the same aesthetic. The transitions would be faded in and out, nice and calmly. It would be an overkill if we sped it up too fast, I think the idea might scare Selfridges if the cuts were too hectic..
INITIAL INTERIOR IDEAS
Obviously you know better than me when it comes to this :) it all depends on size really so this is all really rough at this stage but it would be good to create a calmer space inside. I love the idea of having one solitary garment hanging with tape all over it to mirror HATE COUTURE!
SUNIL PAWAR PROFILE
Sunil Pawar is an exhibiting artist as well as an award winning illustrator/ art director working across a broad range of creative fields, from collaborating with Japanese fashion brands and Hollywood film houses to London pirate radio stations,
Alongside his canvas works, inspired by Walter Gropius’ multi disciplinary German Bauhaus movement from the 1920s, he lends his unique style across a broad range of outlets including print illustration, fashion and digital, providing a varied and progressive style of art studio practice. Sunil is also a lecturer in Creative Fashion Promotion.
Painting and djing since the mid Nineties, he was born and bred in London town and is partial to a nice plate of pie and mash.
Commissions / collections include:
Junya Watanabe / Comme des Garcons Tokyo (signature artist for three capsule ranges) Levis. Harvey Nichols. London Olympics Truce Initiative. Kelis. Reebok. Microsoft x-box. BBC. Woolrich Woolen Mills. Sunday Times. Engage x nts radio. Design Week. Action Aid international / Make Poverty History. The Guardian. (G2 front cover). New Scientist. Time Out magazine. Rotor films. British Airways Magazine. Brussels Airlines Magazine. Atmospheriques Records. Converse.
Solo shows (highlights)
2005 - 2018
'World of Sports' Capsule room, Ap-art, West London
‘Warrior Charge’ South Audley street, Mayfair
The Royal Academy / Keepers House, Audio/DJ performance
Nesta Space London (National endowment for science, technology and the arts headquarters)
‘A Show of Force!’ The Stern Pissarro gallery, St. James’, London
Royal wedding installation, 66 St James' Street
‘Helium’ Number Eight members club, London
‘Flawless’ Flawless diamond jewellers, New Bond street, London
‘Supersonic’ The Reebok lounge, London
‘Bodyrock’ phonica, soho
‘Supastar’ AKA / The End club
‘Flashlite’ Ruby lo
‘Cinematic Angel’ Dust, London
‘Maharajah’ media centre, London
‘Control’ The Orange Dot gallery, Clerkenwell
Group shows (highlights)
Propa Tee x Katherine Hamnett, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo
Jealous Gallery / AAF Hampstead
Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Roma
Pop goes mayfair! The Belgravia Gallery, Maddox street
King and Mcgaw, Heals London
AFI, The Saatchi Gallery
‘Outside in’ the Drake, Toronto.
Orange Dot print show, London
The Tate Modern ‘Tanks’
Bloomsbury art fair, London
Ap-art gallery summer show 2005-2017
‘Asia top gallery art fair’ Hong Kong
‘Christmas show’ Art Sensus, London
‘Stark’ Berlin fashion week show
Pasley Tyler club installation
‘Love will bring us Apart’ Scion installation space, Los Angeles
‘Hoover show’ Las Vegas lofts, Las Vegas
‘Noborders launch’ noborders, Hong Kong
‘House of Yamake’ Nokia/ap-art show, London
Clerkenwell London, Clerkenwell Design Week