WEEK: 4th – 10th November There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening… Read More
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see so here are the choices of Art Map London
Cybil Scott answers FAD’s questions about her technologically inspired series of abstract works and about her upcoming exhibition ‘The Passerby’
“I think the driving force behind creativity is the promise of eventual demise, and it is in the face of this that we keep creating.”
GO SEE: ‘The Passerby’ opening 3rd of October @ Stour Space as part of First Thursdays in Hackney Wick
While keeping in spirit with the upcoming Halloween season this exhibition will be showcasing gripping photographic works from Pakistani artist Sana Khan. Alongside her dark yet playful portrayals, American artist Cybil Scott’s abstract collages will also be featured . Existing as contemplative passerby’s oscillating between parallel universes where the realms of fact and fiction and the technological and physical are consistently blurred, it is this grappling with the ephemeral nature of life which fuels both of these skilled artist’s unique interpretations.
What could be better than two great openings along the quaint canals of Hackney Wick!? From killer art @ Stour Space and Arbeit Gallery to amazing pints and pizza @Crate Brewery, take a trip down the graffitied streets of the wick that is Hackney and check out whats good for ya!
The exhibition will include painting, print making, ceramics, sculpture, animation and more. There will also be a number of different workshops and events taking place during Roll Over Play Dead, to coincide with the Hackney Wicked Festival 2013 (16th-18th August), more details to be announced soon…
VC offers a top 5 list of shows to check out on the notorious first Thursday this lovely July Month. No worries if you already have your end of the week evening planned out- but it might be worth it to check out what you could be missing…