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Jan 10 - 13, 2018
Deborah Davies (Dd), Chris Horner, Bianca Hendicott,
Mirta Imperatori, Nerys Joseph
MA Fine Art Students at UCA Farnham.
The distinction within this group of artists is apparent. With their varying subject matter and methodologies, this show makes for an exciting exhibition, rich with ideas and concepts. The exhibition incorporates a diversity of multidisciplinary artwork. An array of mediums is combined, including photography, sculpture and installation.

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Mar 20 - 25, 2018 FINAL WEEK
Private view Fri Mar 23 7pm - 10pm
Five contemporary artists conspire within the confines of London's Lewisham Arthouse, negotiating an agreement with the space through five different modes of making. This work takes the form of drawing, installation, sculpture and painting, creating, without a doubt, a certain amount of friction between one another. Through this friction and perhaps, too, this idea of overlapping, comes a sense of necessity, prompting the work to stand for itself, gaining its own rights within the context of this show.

Apr 11 - 22, 2018
Private view Fri Apr 13 6.30pm - 9.30pm
In the Space of Elsewhere brings together work by Lu Mei and Sara Willett that responds to the phenomenology of space. The exhibition does not just examine space in terms of cartological location and fixity, but also refers to the realm of poetic space - spaces that exist internally, in memory and imagination.
Both artists have also created site-specific work, which responds to the scale of the exhibition space and the neo-classical architecture of the building.
The exhibition is accompanied by a soundscape by composer John Lunn.

Apr 27 - May 6, 2018
Private view Thu Apr 26 6pm - 9pm
Work by Billy Crosby, Thomas Grieg, Rebecca Guez.
This exhibition brings together each of the artists recent work and puts into dialogue the emphatic materiality and physicality of production, that surrounds their works. With an interest in labour and gesture, as well as object investigation, materials are bitten, squashed, cut, pressed, squeezed, moulded, painted and printed, creating highly charged and affective outcomes.
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