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Oct 26, 2017 7:30pm - 9:00pm talk/event
Discussion panel hosted by DRIVE-THRU as part of the ‘Disturbed, Hacked, Reassembled’ programme at Lewisham Arthouse, London.
Disturbed, Hacked, Reassembled explores how artists today are employing technology to stage, interrogate and celebrate the digital female body. Disturbed, hacked, and reassembled, the body is being experienced in new ways digitally and virtually.
Titled The Representational & The Real: Bodies in Digital Space, the discussion will open up questions such as, who is represented in technology and art? Who is practicing in these spaces? Who is building technology, creating digital imagery and for who? We’ll hear from a range of speakers who will discuss how we can harness technology to serve our needs, challenge social constructs and create new creative opportunities.
The discussion will be part performative with some bodies IRL and others in digital space. It will show us what digital spaces can facilitate, what we need to be aware of when practicing in these spaces and how the digital affects our understanding and ethics of what we do.
BetaBabes (Francesca Altamura & Tamar Clarke-Brown | Artist-Curatorial Collective)
Suzannah Pettigrew (Artist)
Helen Pritchard (Researcher & Head of Digital Arts | Goldsmiths University, London)
Doniya Soni (Policy Manager | Skills, Talent and Diversity, techUK)
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Jun 24 - Jul 1, 2018
Private view Sat Jun 23 6pm - 9pm
Repetitive Strain, a solo presentation of recent work by Kate Fahey. The exhibition, Fahey’s first solo presentation in the UK is an exploration of her on going practice based PhD research completed while undertaking Lewisham Arthouse’s Graduate Residency Program.
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Click to enlargeONE IN FOUR
Aug 14 - 18, 2018
Private view Tue Aug 14 6pm - 9pm
From the 14th – 18th August, Lewisham Art House will be showcasing a joint exhibition by artists Laura Greenway and Carlie Simpkin, both recent graduates from University for the Creative Arts, Farnham. The show provides an intimate look into the lives of those affected by psychiatric disorders, and aims to start a much needed and essential conversation about mental illness. A staggering One in Four people suffer from a mental health problem in their lifetime, yet mental illness is still often regarded as a taboo subject that remains highly stigmatised - an issue that this unique and candid exhibition aims to tackle.
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