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Camberwell tutors on show at London’s Dilston Grove

Matt Franks, Untitled, concrete canvas, styrofoam, plastic, paint, FoamCoat, glue, electrical components, 2015.
Written by
Sarah McLean
Published date
15 May 2015

Camberwell course leaders Matt Franks, BA Sculpture, and Kelly Chorpening, BA Drawing, are exhibiting their work this month as part of Between Thought and Space, an exhibition which runs until 7 June at Dilston Grove in London’s Southwark Park.

This group show brings together the work of practitioners who work in different fields and mediums including visual art, sound, architecture and choreography to interrogate the influence of discipline on creativity.  Following on from an exhibition of the group’s work-in-progress at Camberwell Space in the autumn term, this final show responds to the site of Dilston Grove, a deconsecrated concrete church which provides a unique and specific starting point for the work.

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