Our exhibition is located in a dilapidated building that is soon to be knocked down and involves a wide variety of site specific work on the theme of the body. Our touchstone for the project was Paul Valery’s essay The Three Body Problem, although we have moved beyond this, now responding to the building as a metaphor for the body, as well as looking at its ambience.
Private View: Friday May 9th 6pm - 9pm,
6 - 16 Melior Street,
(2 min walk from Shard exit of London Bridge station)
Also open Sat/Sun, 10-11th May, 11am - 6pm.
If you have any queries, please contact Naomi Fuller at:
Received an offer from Camberwell for Painting (BA)!
So happy, Camberwell was my top choice. Still have my interview for Norwich next week and haven't seen the campus yet, so we'll see how that goes, but I don't think it's going to change my mind.
Chance to see young at art
Cambridge evening news July 9th 2011
'The work of budding young artists is being showcased at Cambridge's Central Library.
The Granta and Cam Decorative and Fine Art Societies (DFAS) Cambridge Sixth Form Young Arts Exhibition runs until July 15 on the third floor of the library, which is located in the Grand Arcade.
Schools participating in the exhibition, which is free to attend, include Netherhall, Impington Village College, The Perse School, Hills Road Sixth Form College, Long Road Sixth Form College, St Mary's and The Leys in