Print artist Lisa King and the London Flower School introduce their collaborative collection, exhibition and pop up shop ‘In Perfect Process’, with florals taking over 400sqm of a disused church in the suburb of Copeland Park. The collaboration will run as part of London Design Festival 2019, which celebrates design across venues and institutes citywide from September 14 – 22. The exhibition showcases the process of a creative journey, culminating several months of documentation by London Flower School’s in-house photographer Marcelo Deguchi, who chronicled the collaboration through a series of photographs and short films. The large-scale flower and print installation features limited-edition framed prints and locally made silk scarves available to purchase, each made in the vein of questioning the beauty and imperfection in nature and humanity. The prints feature abstract, kinetic flower formations, while the scarves present kaleidoscopic images of precisely arranged petals, stalks and leaves.
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