Oasis artist to stage exhibition

Show is inspired by CS Lewis

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Oasis and Primal Scream graphic designer Julian House is launching a new exhibition in Scotland.

The artist, who also founded Ghostbox Records, is putting on 'The New Spirit Happening' at The Changing Room in Stirling on May 1.

The show comprises collected ephemera, screenprints and moving images that 'hint at supernatural phenomena'.

In turn, the works are inspired by the CS Lewis novel 'That Hideous Strength' and its fictional setting Belbury.

'The New Spirit Happening' runs until June 6. Go to www.stirling.gov.uk/changingroom for more information.

House was responsible for the album cover for Oasis' latest album 'Dig Out Your Soul' and Primal Scream's 2000 LP 'XTRMNR'.

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