To coincide with the second edition of London Gallery Weekend, Trafalgar Avenue presents a solo exhibition of new work by Garrett Pruter. The exhibition centres around an ongoing work in which Pruter removes all the birds from Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. In the classic 1962 film (based on the on the short story by Daphne du Maurier), a small seaside community is terrorised by a series of unexplained bird attacks. Through a process of frame-by-frame digital painting, rotoscoping, and sound editing, Pruter recontextualises the film, distorting its narrative by erasing the perceived threat. For this exhibition, Pruter is showing a...
  • Garrett Pruter (b. 1987, Los Angeles) is an American artist living and working in London. He has an MA in...

    Garrett Pruter (b. 1987, Los Angeles) is an American artist living and working in London. He has an MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art (2020) and a BFA from Parsons School of Design (2010). Through an interdisciplinary practice of painting, photography, video, and installation, his practice investigates themes of memory, absence, repression, and desire. Previous exhibitions include Pi...