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LEWISHAM ARTHOUSE

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LU MEI/SARA WILLET : IN THE SPACE OF ELSEWHERE
Apr 11 - 22, 2018
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.

ST NOWHERE
Jul 16 - 29, 2018 FINAL WEEK
St. Nowhere gives us a space lost in time and purpose. It’s not important where these are located or if they are unidentified spaces. They are familiar and unfamiliar, between waking and reality. With a playful pioneering spirit, four artists - Narbi Price, Rosey Prince, Rob Reed and Gill Rocca - re-evaluate and re-purpose the quiet humdrum of suburbia with the ingenuity and playfulness of explorers. And their mission? To explore the common place, seek out the hidden havens and find a renewed meaning deep within.
Narbi Price - www.narbiprice.co.uk
Rosey Prince - www.roseyprince.com
Rob Reed - www.robreedpaintings.com
Gill Rocca - www.gillrocca.com

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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