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IN THE KNOW…Into The Fold at Camberwell Space Projects

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15 January 2016

The Camberwell Space Projects programme continues in 2016 reflecting the teaching at Camberwell College of Arts through a series of exhibitions and public events in collaboration with Camberwell Staff and invited practitioners.

The programme begins again on 1 March with ‘Into the Fold’, an exhibition curated by Camberwell Press, a creative studio at Camberwell College of Arts that focuses on events, design and publishing. This edition of ‘Into the Fold’ is the third iteration of a project that began in 2012, and is formed of a series of events, culminating in an exhibition and publication.

Into The Fold, 1 March – 15 April 2016, Private View: 17 March 2016, 5 – 8pm

Image of large sculpture. Wooden escalator steps leading up to the ceiling of one of Camberwell's Painting studios

Queenie Clarke, Escalator 0.2, 2015

The 2016 programme continues with a solo exhibition 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.

Queenie Clarke, 5 – 30 September 2016

Acrylic painting on wooden panel. Lattice effect image, waves of blue/orange colour

Charley Peters, Plexus_RGB_2.0, 2015, acrylic on panel

October 2016 sees the gallery host ‘Imperfect Reverse’. This is 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 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, Charley Peters, Carol Robertson, Wendy Smith, Dan Sturgis, Trevor Sutton, Kate Terry, Estelle Thompson, Finbar Ward

Imperfect Reverse, 18 October – 18 November 2016, Private View 18 October 2016, 5.30 – 8pm

In December 2016, Camberwell Space Projects will present an exhibition dedicated to conceptual writing, appropriation and photography, curated by BA Photography Course Director, Duncan Wooldridge.

29 November – 16 December 2016

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