Exhibition: Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick’s oeuvre has been reinterpreted by artists including Doug Aitken, Futura, Max Richter, and the late director’s wife Christiane Kubrick

Mo’Wax and Unkle founder James Lavelle has curated an exhibition dedicated to the director Stanley Kubrick. It features works by contemporary artists, filmmakers and musicians.

Contributors include Carl Craig, Chris Levine, Christiane Kubrick, Doug Aitken, Futura, Gavin Turk and Max Richter. Participants were invited to respond to a film, scene, character or theme from Kubrick’s archives. The aim is to provide a new perspective on the director’s oeuvre.

The exhibition is supported by the director’s wife of 41 years, the artist Christiane Kubrick, who will be exhibiting a painting. It is also supported by Jan Harlan, Kubrick’s executive producer for 28 years. It is additionally endorsed by Warner Bros Pictures, who collaborated with Kubrick on all his films since 1971.

Stanley Kubrick was an American filmmaker who passed away in 1999. His most famous films include 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), A Clockwork Orange (1971) and The Shining (1980).