The Camberwell Space Projects exhibition and events programme continues throughout 2016/17. Designed to reflect the teaching at Camberwell College of Arts, the programme is devised in collaboration with Camberwell Staff and invited practitioners.
Private View: 13 September 2016, 5 – 8pm
The 2016/17 programme begins with a solo exhibition ‘Flow’ by Queenie Clarke, BA Drawing graduate and winner of the 2015 Vanguard Court Prize, an annual studio award made to a recent graduate of Camberwell College of Arts. There will also be a tour of the show and studio on 29 September, 6 – 8pm.
Private View: 27 October, 5 – 8pm
Symposium: 3 November, 6 – 8.30pm (Wilson Road Lecture Theatre)
October 2016 sees the gallery host ‘Imperfect Reverse’, a group show curated by Laurence Noga, an artist and tutor at Camberwell College of Arts in collaboration with Saturation Point, an editorial and curatorial project for reductive, geometric and systems artists working in the UK. The term ‘imperfect reverse’ intimates a move towards a structural logic, allowing an outside system or set of rules to drive the making of a set of works.
Artists in the show include: Dominic Beattie, Andrew Bick, Katrina Blannin, Jane Bustin, Richard Caldicott, Simon Callery, Colin Cina, Nathan Cohen, Chris Daniels Natalie Dower, Tim Ellis, Julia Farrer, Sue Kennington, Sharon Hall, Andrew Harrison, Hanz Hancock, Michael Kidner, Sylvia Lerin, Patrick Morrissey, Marta Marce, Ian Monroe, Laurence Noga, David Oates, Andrew Parkinson, Jonathan Parsons, Charley Peters, Carol Robertson, Wendy Smith, Dan Sturgis, Trevor Sutton, Kate Terry, Estelle Thompson, Finbar Ward
Private View: 29 November, 5 – 8pm
Symposium: 7 December, 2 – 6pm (Wilson Road Lecture Theatre)
The inaugural exhibition of the newly formed UAL Photography Research Forum, it brings together for the first time practice and research in photography from across the university. The work on display, from both practitioners and academics, exemplifies the experimental, critical and interdisciplinary thinking that questions the boundaries of the medium and the cultural and critical context of the image. The emphasis of the exhibition is on research as an exploratory process.
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