Cinematic VR Installation ‘TWO: SEPARATION’ will be shown at SECOND DRAFT, a Peckham Festival Fringe Art event.
Location: Safehouse 2, 137 Copeland Road, London SE15 3SN. 15-17 September 2017.
‘Two Separation’ is a 4 minutes site specific VR film and installation that explores the phenomena of lucid dreaming, the concept of personal space and the concern of existence outside one’s cognitive beliefs.
Ticket holders only. Please book your 10 minutes time slot and arrive in time, otherwise you may have to wait until the next empty slot.
‘The Furthest Mirrors’ and ‘The Furthest Reflections’ series has been installed in Open Society Foundations offices.
3 - 5 March 2017, 10 - 7pm
PV: 2 March 2017, 6 - 9pm
5th Base Gallery
23 Heneage Street, London E1 5LG
The exhibition is part of ‘First Thursdays’ organised by Whitechapel Gallery.
'Let the Dust Settle' is an exhibition of contemporary artworks that focuses on the participating artist's unique approaches to the exhibition space, exploring metaphorical and physical ideas of Dust.
The Gallery is the Crypt of St Pancras Parish Church that was designed and used for coffin burials from 1822, when the Church was opened, to 1854, and the crypts of all London churches were closed to burials. In both World Wars, the Crypt was also used as an air raid shelter.
This exhibition explores the walls of this history and on the days when other cultures celebrate ‘Dia de Muertos – Day of the Dead and western Christian traditions celebrate ‘All Saints Day’. The idea that a calendar can be marked by birth and death and ideas can illuminate memories and tradition is expanded as the individual artist tackles the confined concepts and ideas around Dust. A Being of mysterious matter lingering around us, stirred by our every gesture, that we consume with every breath and emit with every action. As the well-known Buddhist saying goes: ‘Since dust, there is no void’.
The exhibition consists of artworks utilising a variety of mediums, projection, interactive virtual reality installation, sculptural installation, expanded painting practices, music and performance.
2nd - 6th November: 12:00 - 18:00
5th November PV: 18:00 -21:00
Euston Road, London NW1 2BA
Participatory practices and Artist Conversations are aimed at including audiences of all ages.
Participating artists: Amber Booth, Henry Burns, Louise Camrass, Ivy Chan, Sun Chang, Flora Duley, Rachel Egan, Andrew Hart, Bin Bin Hong, Ekaterina Luzgina, Mike McShane, Nikoleta Martjanova, Lydia Moss, Janek Nixon, Elizabeth Prentis, Reka Ritt, Siannon Saunders, Jane Yang, Leda Yang
Further Enquiries: www.Let-the-Dust-Settle.co.uk
Flora Duley – email@example.com
Reka Ritt – firstname.lastname@example.org
A group Exhibition of Artists expanding the meaning of 'Draft'. Works include improvised Musician and Sound Performances, Artist Talks and Events, Expanded Painting and Sculpture installations, Film. Draft Ale will be available throughout the exhibition.
8th - 11th September 2016
137 Copeland Road, London SE15 3SN
Thursday 8th September: 6pm - 9pm
Friday 9th September: 11am - 9pm
Saturday 10th September: 11am - 9pm PV 6pm - 9pm
Sunday 11th September: 11am - 5pm
Artists: sun chang, callam cocker, flora duley, rachel egan, jordan hamblin, connie harrison, andrew hart, serena huang, nikoleta martjanova, janek nixon, alice parker, john petulla, elizabeth prentis, reka ritt, beth roberts, francis voss, polly welsby.
Delighted to be back this year to Art Gemini Prize with the painting "It Is All Calm Now" and thank you to the judging panel selecting from an amazing 941 entries from 34 countries. The selection committee includes Pamela Kember, Sajid Rizvi, Estelle Lovatt, Isabel H Langtry and Thorsten Overgaard.
The finalists’ exhibition will be on 22-30 September 2016 at Asia House Gallery, 63 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7LP.
Sat 18-Sun 19 June, 11am-5pm
Mon 20-Fri 24 June, 10am-8pm
Sat 25 June, 11am-5pm
Chelsea College of Arts
16 John Islip Street SW1P 4JU
My work 'Three', an installation of physical and virtual reality, will be shown as part of the Chelsea Undergraduate Summer Show between the 17th and 25th of June 2016. All welcome to be part of the experience.
BARE HOME is an exhibition featuring a home.
This home is located on 4 floors and 3 landings, connected by a light-well.
Its structure uncannily mirrors both the structure of the human body and the mind of its inhabitant.
It incorporates objects, useful and useless, precious and junk, artworks and everyday items and everything in-between.
Some spaces might appear to be familiar and cosy while others seem alien and uncomfortable.
While walking from the well-known to the disturbing and back again, there is a lot of work to be done by the visitor: observe, touch, listen, smell, feel and understand.
You might be BARE you might be HOME.