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CAMDEN ARTS CENTRE

Arkwright Rd, NW3 6DG
020 7472 5500

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CHRISTIAN NYAMPETA
Jul 29, 2017 - Jan 7, 2018

SADIE BENNING : SLEEP ROCK
Apr 19 - Jun 24, 2018 FINAL WEEK
For this exhibition, New-York based artist Sadie Benning has created over 20 new wall-based works that occupy a hybrid space between painting, photography and sculptural relief.
Benning’s work illustrates how even familiar images are subject to constantly fluctuating interpretations based on context, scale and resolution. Within the work, fragments are enlarged or brought closer, photographs dissolve into painterly abstraction, and images remain mutable, reflecting an indexical relationship to the multiplicity of meanings projected onto them.

IAN WHITE : ANY FRAME IS A THROWN VOICE
Apr 19 - Jun 24, 2018 FINAL WEEK
With Jimmy Robert and others.
Curated by Kirsty Bell and Mike Sperlinger.

Click to enlargePETER FRASER: MATHEMATICS
Jun 6 - Sep 16, 2018
Private view Thu Jul 5 6.30pm - 9pm
For his exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, Fraser presents his most recent body of work Mathematics. Reflecting on the idea that time, space, and everything within it, can be described mathematically, Fraser brings together a series of photographs of seemingly disparate and unrelated objects and encounters – including still lives, landscapes and portraiture. Through their oblique juxtaposition and his almost analytical focus, he draws attention to the underlying patterns and forces which shape the world and our perception of it, as well as the systems of belief through which we try to understand and describe it. In this way his work might be seen to draw our attention to the spectacular and interconnected nature of everything that surrounds us, from the sublime to the mundane.
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YUKO MOHRI: VOLUTA
Jun 6 - Sep 16, 2018
Private view Thu Jul 5 6.30pm - 9pm
Previous artist-in-residence Yuko Mohri returns to Camden Arts Centre this summer to present a new installation developed especially for Gallery 3. Mohri orchestrates relations between electromagnetic force-fields, patterns of light moving through water and a reconfigured Yamaha reed organ from 1934 as part of a complex audio-spatial composition in which non-human agents and chance factors determine the score.
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