Alastair Levy graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Photography. His practice is not typically photographic but studying photography allowed Alastair to realize and recognize important transferable aspects to making successful work including function, structure and concept.
Alastair Levy’s work humorously explores the overlooked or unnoticed mundane objects that surround us everyday. By making subtly alterations to these found items Alastair transforms the everyday and the over familiar into the relevant and regarded.
Gestural process and action play a continuing role in Alastair’s work and [Details on Request] are excited and fortunate to be showing his work for the first time at TAGO MAGO. multi-dri (sounds of awe and wonder) will be installed in the female toilets, sorry boy, and will require a performative participatory role for the viewer to engage in.