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.