Martin Creed in a selection of hats

Martin Creed plays old and new musical works, including music from Work No. 409 The Singing Lift with singer Linda Hirst, to complement his exhibition Toast at Hauser & Wirth. 

On your way into Milton Court, you’ll see Work No. 1637: FEELINGS, a green neon sign created by Martin Creed for the venue in 2013. There is a fascination with the world that comes through in his work. That same quality can be recognised in his music, as he performs songs that are by turns entertaining and shocking – songs that celebrate our existence in all its beauty and daftness.

Toast is Creed’s exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, comprising new sculpture, painting, drawing, tapestry, video, live action and music. Creed also has a longstanding relationship with the Barbican, following his residency at the Centre in summer 2015 as part of the month-long Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening project, and his appearance as part of the Barbican’s season Dancing around Duchamp in 2013.

Produced by the Barbican in association with Hauser & Wirth

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