Fourth issue of Kingsgate Postal Service | Angus McCrum & Elaine Tam
The fourth issue of KPS is 'Untitled (12 False Starts)' by Angus McCrum & Elaine Tam.
Angus McCrum (b. 1987, Portsmouth) lives and works in Berlin. He graduated in 2015 with an MA in Printmaking from Camberwell College of Art, having previously studied and The Kent Institute of Art & Design. Recent solo/two person exhibitions include: Bleigießen, 17 Addington Road, Margate, 2019; Fallow (with Emii Alrai), The Rectory Projects, London, 2019; Studio 2 (with Jon Kipps), Assembly Point Studios, London, 2019; and The Sorrows, Intercession Gallery, Northampton, 2017. Recent group shows include: Of Noise, Slow Space, Fieldworks, London, 2020; Used For Glue, Assembly Point Studios, London, 2019; Odds, TOMA Project Space, Southend-on-Sea, 2019; How small a thought, hosted by Anne Ryan & Andrew Child, Margate, 2019; The Feeling’s Mutual - Art Licks Weekend 2019, The Rectory Projects, London, 2019; Lunar Gardening, Kingsgate Project Space, London, 2019; Gobbledygook, The Kennington Residency, London, 2019; and EveryThing Must Go, Assembly Point, London, 2019.
Elaine Tam is a writer and curator who works collaboratively with artists to create forums for critical engagement through exhibitions, talks and writing. But moreover, she understands this practice as a shared site for interdisciplinary play, pleasure, gesture, enquiry, even failure. Her research interests include poetic perversion, regimes of femininity and encounters with radical Otherness.