DKUK is not your standard hair ‘salon’. In a return to the historical definition of the word, artist and trained hairdresser Daniel Kelly has transformed the lair of lady’s mags, celeb culture and vanity-excess into a social and intellectual space for the expression of upcoming writers and artists.
Clients that book hair treatments will leave with more than their tresses tussled as the gallery exhibits a rolling installation of evocative time-based works from the likes of Mark Beldan, Toby Ziegler, Chips for the Poor, and many more.
Though guests are encouraged to give their hair a wash before their haircut (the space somewhat lacks sinks), it is surely a good opportunity to turn your standard ‘inch-off-the-bottom’ into something far more stimulating. Kitty Knowles