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Spooky Spacey Art Installation to Open in London


Victorian former train tunnels below London are the setting for a new performance art exhibition, produced by Old Vic Theatre artistic director Kevin Spacey:

"In association with experimental theatre company Punchdrunk, he has assembled a crew of performers and big-name urban artists from Antony Micallef to Slinkachu, to create a creepy underground world in the vein of 1920s sci-fi movie Metropolis...Street artist Slinkachu has created his tiny models of people in hidden nooks, while Micallef has created a gilded statue of two fighting angels. Elsewhere there is a paper forest, crawling with paper moths, spooky dummies of masked workers by artist Mark Jenkins, and bizarre still scenes, including a woman slumped over a melting table, by Polly Morgan."

The installation is scheduled to open Friday night.

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  1. Why a Kevin Spacey story here on a gay site? Gosh and golly, this must be some kind of mistake.

    Posted by: joe c | May 7, 2009 2:29:29 PM

  2. "Kevin Spacey Presents: Adventures in og-Walking."

    Posted by: David Ehrenstein | May 7, 2009 2:35:06 PM

  3. As long as Kevin Spacey is in London, running the Old Vic and setting up installations like that, he can't be infecting movie screens with his pathetic one-note performances.

    Keep it up, Kevin!

    Posted by: Roscoe | May 7, 2009 4:37:41 PM

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