EXHIBITION: Surface Matters EVENT 19th May 6:30pm [19th May – 20th May ]
Private View: 19th May 6:30-9pm
Exhibition Dates: 19th-20th May
The surface of a photographic print can now be expanded as it fluidly integrates between both two and three dimensions. Initially in respect to sculpture, photography was the medium used to fundamentally document the art work. Now with the emergence of contemporary photographic practises, it has influenced the medium to manifest relationships with other art forms such as sculpture, video, painting and even performance. Surface Matters is an exhibition looking at how photography can inhabit a perceptible and tactile approach that pushes the photograph or installation into a sculptural form or object.
Lena Amuat and Zoë Meyer
Curated by Lauren Jackson
The exhibition will also feature a new zine. Photography & is a creative organisation founded by Livia Smith and Phoebe Mead Their zine publication offer’s a dialogue into the ever-expanding field of photography, exploring its employment through different modes of cross-disciplinarily art practice.
“We feature artists who blur the boundaries between different art forms. Using these examples, we hope to open up possible discussions surrounding photography’s inclusive position within the the current field of visual arts.”
Free copies will be available throughout the exhibition!!
451 Wick Lane
facebook event: Surface Matters
Please join us for our private view on Friday 1st September.
The full show programme runs from 23rd August to 5th September:
1st September 6:30 – 8:30 pm. All Welcome.
23rd August – 5th September 12 – 7 pm (Closed Monday 28th August)
Two exhibitions will be on display: […]
UNDERGRADUATE PHOTOGRAPHY DEGREE SHOW 2017
THURSDAY 22 JUNE, 6PM – 10PM
FRIDAY 23 – SUNDAY 25 JUNE, 10AM – 7PM
MONDAY 26 JUNE, 10AM – 4PM
T1, OLD TRUMAN BREWERY, 81 BRICK LANE, LONDON E1 6QL
IMAGE – GÖKHAN TANRIÖVER
This exhibition seeks to explore the scope and scale of visual intrusion in our everyday lives through photographic and mixed media work from emerging artists.
We live in a society that has a CCTV camera on every street corner and a camera-phone in every pocket. Yet intrusion can be as overt as unwanted snapshots […]