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LEWISHAM ARTHOUSE

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Jun 14 - 23, 2019 FINAL WEEK
Zanny Mellor, Kasper Pincis, Nick Scammell, Translating objects and experiences through physical intervention, three artists question the limits and promises of permanence. Legibility is challenged as boundaries and mediums are blurred. Time becomes malleable in their hands, their artworks acting as physical and temporal punctuation.
Zanny Mellor uses painting and photography to address themes of speed, light and time, in a sensory exploration of place.
Kasper Pincis plays with the contradictions inherent in trying to produce original pieces of work on copying equipment, and inhabiting a space somewhere between the heroic and the mundane.
Nick Scammell examines the frailty and impermanence of media, via surface and word.
Generating extended instants through repeated combinations and interventions, each artist adapts ageing technology to new ends.

DISRUPTING THE VISUAL
Jul 5 - 13, 2019
Private view Fri Jul 5 6pm - 9pm
Disrupting the Visual: multimodal experiments in Anthropology
Goldsmiths UOL, Undergraduate Anthropology and visual practice Degree Show

WE EACH HAVE OUR OWN LANDSCAPE
Jul 24 - 28, 2019
Rebecca Bradley, Emma Coop, Louisa Mahony
Three artists explore a personal sense of place in landscape as a metaphor for the exploration of the psyche. Hypnotic waves that peak and fall in a repeating visual mantra, horizons that speak of a future… almost fictional, landscape employed as a stage, nature anthropomorphised.
We are primed by Romanticism; offering landscape as an opportunity to create a context for oneself; it is at once a place and a representation of an emotional state. However humans require too much of nature….we imbue landscape with an artifice that clearly it can not support. This exhibition ponders our inherited visual relationship with the natural world.

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