Our Laughter will Drown Your Sorrows showcases the work of over 70 Central Saint Martins postgraduate art students. The students are all in the first year of their Postgraduate courses, MA Art & Science, MA Fine Art, and MA Photography.
Ferg Cooper’#instagay paywall’Acrylic & card on board 80cmx60cm 2016
The underground post industrial setting of The Laundry Building in London’s east end provides the perfect backdrop for contemporary work that considers what it means to make in today’s bleak economic and political landscape. Working as an artists today in London is undoubtedly challenging, and these emerging artists address the problems with a dynamic and politicised vigour.
Banana- Alessandro Carboni
The students work across the full scope of media available to artists today, including, painting, sculpture, video, performance, and interactive works etc. Their interests are diverse and address a range of ideas including identity, celebrity, chaos and excess. What brings these works together is a shared sense of urgency, the art shown in Our Laughter Will Drown Your Sorrows is work that needs to be made and needs to be shown.
As part of the exhibition there will be a collaborative fanzine produced and manufactured on site by the students themselves.
Private View Thursday 17 March 6 – 9pm Open to the Public: Friday 18 March – Sunday 20 March 11am – 5pm The Laundry: 2-18 Warburton Rd, London E8 3FN The Laundry Building
Antony Crossfield Veil 112 x 127 cm C-Type Digital Print Year: 2016
Jack Marder He said eat fat boy through gritted teeth Video 2016
Dannielle Hodson From All My Horror Came Light 50 x 88 x 60 cm Neon Light in Black acrylic gloss box 2016
Anastasia Kachalova A Portrait of the President 50×70 cm Screen Print on Steel 2016
M.Lohrum. Untitled Drawing Ink and graphite on paper 102 x 167 cm 2016
Video still- Kirstin Barnes
Drawing- Agathe Reille