ICEBOUND by TWISTED LAMB and JULIA COMITA

December 7, 2015

Arts and Culture | by James Joseph


When friend of the magazine, Mary Lee (Twisted Lamb) explained to me a new collaboration with Julia Comita, I was instantly excited. It sounded like the ultimate masterpiece. What more could I want than a dark empowered aesthetic, a motorcycle installation, beautiful imagery and even music by Boreta of the Glitch Mob.

ICEBOUND is a collaborative gallery experience directed by Twisted Lamb and photographed by Julia Comita. Both artists wanted to showcase the beauty of risk, and the ever-present sexuality in danger. The focus of the exhibition is the showcase of large-scale photographic prints as well as the Yamaha R6 used for the creative, of which 500 spiked studs were installed by hand to modify the bike for ice riding.

“Seduction is a dangerous sport, safety is not an option.” – Twisted Lamb

Mary Lee is one of the dark culture pioneers with her beautifully artistic vision on the world of Macabre. Julia Comita has photographed editorials for Factice Magazine, Blanc Magazine and is fast becoming a photography powerhouse, recognised for her dark, ethereal aesthetic.

The exhibition starts on December 10th and finishes on the 15th. At 345 Broome Street, Soho, New York City. Limited edition prints will be available to purchase.

icebound exhibition

icebound exhibition by twisted lamb and julia comita

icebound exhibition by twisted lamb and julia comita

icebound exhibition by twisted lamb and julia comita