‘SEX SHOP’-Transition Gallery London

We are in this! Get on down and see our sculpture featured in Part one of the exhibition!

Internal clitoris (one size does not fit all)

Originally a highlight of the 2014 Folkestone Fringe, Sex Shop is swapping the salty sea air for the thrills and

spills of London’s East End, when it takes up residence in Transition Gallery at the end of February.

The curators invited 50 people – primarily artists and designers, but also practitioners from other disciplines – to create a prototype version of their own sex or fetish object. The responses they received span a wide range of different media: from 3D maquettes, to 2D visualizations, to audio-visual pieces, and reference a cornucopia of sexual practices, fetishes and merchandise. They are by turns personal, playful, provocative and usable.

From a 3D printed insect’s penis to a crucifixion butt plug, bondage tea towels to spray on condoms, homemade porn to homemade jam, Sex Shop has something to tickle every fancy – no matter how unusual.

All the pieces on display in Sex Shop will be for sale and the exhibition will coincide with a special sex themed edition of Garageland magazine.

Sex Shop has been conceived and curated by Sarah Gillham, Darren Narin and Jack Stokoe.


For further information please contact Darren@darrennairn.co.uk | visit http://www.pygmalionism.co.uk

Private view Friday 27th February 2015, 6 – 9pm

Part One: Saturday 28th February – Saturday 14th March 2015 (Fri – Sun 12 – 6pm)

Part Two: Sunday 15th March – Sunday 29th March 2015 (Fri – Sun 12 – 6pm)

Part One

Salvatore Arancio | Susan Beattie & Yvonne Stone | Bronwen Buckeridge | Tamsin Clark & Peter Saville | Keith Farquhar | Nick Fox | Patrick Goddard | Richard Healy | Joey Holder | Nick Land | LEAK | Dave Maclean (Django Django) | Évelie Mouila | Darren Nairn | Mike Nelson | Cathie Pilkington | David Rayson | Chris Rogers (Exotic-Erotic) | Sh! (represented by Roxy Topia and Paddy Gould) | Amy Stephens | Jack Stokoe | Marloes ten Bhomer | Suzanne Treister | John Walter | Phil Wilson-Perkin …

Part Two

Robert Cary Williams | Blue Curry | Jorge de la Garza | Jess Eaton | Tessa Farmer | Keith Farquhar | Jon Fawcett | Tom Gallant | Sarah Gillham | Paul Hazelton | Liane Lang | Debbie Lawson | Mindy Lee | Cathy Lomax | Clare Mitten | Catherine Morland | Laura Morrison | Benjamin Orlow | Frances Richardson | Freddie Robins | Alli Sharma | Corinna Spencer | Mimei Thompson | Tom Walker …

Closing event / Garageland sex edition launch Sunday 29th March 2015, 4 – 6pm

Transition Gallery

Unit 25a (second floor) Regent Studios 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN

020 7254 4202 | info@transitiongallery.co.uk

Nearest tube station Bethnal Green. Nearest station Cambrige Heath: From Bethnal Green tube station walk up Cambridge Heath Road towards Hackney (or take any bus going towards Hackney) and turn left along Andrews Road on the north side of the canal. Regent Studios is on your right (behind the metal gates) just before you reach the bridge across the canal and Broadway Market.

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Art sale

Help us fund our residency next year in Roswell, New Mexico by buying some of our Art over on our website!!! Pay via paypal or contact us about paying in installments!
We have flights to pay for, health insurance etc and are working very hard but every penny helps!


balls against the wall

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‘Sex Shop’ Folkestone Triennial

So as part of the Folkestone Triennial Fringe we are representing Sh! Womenstore in the show ‘Sex Shop’ curated by Sarah Gillham, Jack Stokoe and Darren Nairn! We have made a piece entitled ‘Internal Clitoris (One Size Does Not Fit All)’.

We are in a couple of articles at Diva Mag Online and Rude Magazine



‘Sex Shop’ 5 Rendezvous Street, Folkestone CT20 1EY 

Saturday 30 August – Saturday 4 October (Sat – Sun only from 11am – 5pm; Friday viewings are by appointment only).  The exhibition visits London’s Transition Gallery in January 2015.



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Our new website

So we finally have an official website, go take a look at www.roxytopiapaddygould.com

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Project LALO featured in May 2014 Art Review

An article about the curatorial project we were recently a part of, ‘Project LALO’ has been featured in the May edition of Art Review which you can check out here


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April 14, 2014 · 5:13 am

Massages from the second brain- Opening Fri 4th April 6-9pm

Looser Still


You know its coming but then there it actually is, your early thirties has arrived. It just kind of creeps up on you and then before you know it, has you anxiously by the throat. Thankfully, through the asphyxiation you can start to see things a little clearer; you can meditate your way through the issues.
Love reveals that it can be a getaway drug potentially leading you onto harder stuff; you take particular note of your diet and notice your guts are not a frictionless log flume but a much more complicated kind of fun; and those hoops you jump through to get to adulthood, the portals of your life, are in fact mesmerising forces.
Gradually you find you are sliding out of the pressures that want you to assume certain attitudes toward success and status, to become standard hetero gender roles. From this anxious climate you dose up on the power of failure; lubing up on its goofy freedoms and going with the flow, whether it’s the flow of sexual urges, digestion or meditative space.

Roxy Topia and Paddy Gould present new drawings and sculpture for their first show in LA. They live, work and sleep together in London, England.

Until April 27th

Open noon – 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday and for special events.
Monte vista Projects, 5442 Monte Vista St Los Angeles, California 90042
Project LALO
■London, UK » March 5-8, 2014
■Los Angeles, US » April 3-5, 2014

Project LALO is an international exchange between dynamic emerging contemporary art spaces in London and Los Angeles. ARTRA Curatorial has partnered with Campbell Works, in London, to bring this 10 venue event to both cities – March in London and April in Los Angeles.

Artists make art, and galleries exhibit art, but what of the Artist-run-space? Spanning two cities and a large body of water, Project LALO explores the worlds of 10 artist run spaces in London and Los Angeles.

By pairing galleries and creating the opportunity to exchange both their artists and their spaces, Project LALO will present five exhibitions in London (March 20104) and five exhibitions in Los Angeles (April 2014) showcasing a deep cross section of current practice from the two cities.

Each space will present a curated exhibition comprising both visiting artists and their ‘local’ or represented artists, with an emphasis to include work by those who run the spaces.

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