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WIMBLEDON SPACE

Wimbledon College of Arts, Merton Hall Road, SW19 3QA
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Click to enlargeDRAWN BEYOND
Apr 23 - May 11, 2018
Chris Follows, Nicola Rae, Lucy Wheeler, Alejandro Escobar, Rosie Munro Kerr, Peter Maloney, Grzesiek Sedek
 
A group show co‑curated by UAL staff & alumni members of the Digital Maker Collective which explores drawing as an interactive & immersive creative experience.
Rooting digitally engaged practice and diverse use of technologies across the DMC in the physicality of drawing. Challenging human agency of drawing through use of technologies and participation. This show will question and challenge preconceptions of drawing through the use of technologies, participation and the performative.

THE WAITING ROOM
Oct 1 - Nov 2, 2018
Dominic Beattie, Juan Bolivar, Hannah Brown, Nicky Carvell, Rachael Champion, Karen David, Jon Emmony, Ludovica Gioscia, James Hopkins, Holly Stevenson, Karen Tang, David Ben White, Alice Wilson
 
The Waiting Room responds to the psycho-geography of the new Wimbledon Space – the original 1930’s foyer of the College. The foyer acted as a transitory space, where one might make a stop before being directed elsewhere. A place to gather our thoughts before our appointment, a portal to a new beginning, a moment where we have nothing to do but wait.
Waiting rooms are familiar places with familiar objects that are often calming and aid to make us feel at ease; the seating, a table with magazines, plants, daytime programmes on TV, a painting, a clock, and information posters. This exhibition locates artists who make objects reminiscent of those found in these rooms and brings them together to create a sculptural-collage installation in an undefined third space.

PROJECT TRANS(M)IT: PHASE THREE
Nov 26, 2018 - Feb 6, 2019
Private view Thu Nov 29 5pm - 8pm
Multi-video, immersive installation and performance created with dancers in 4 countries via an online toolkit. What is gained or lost when movement is learned via technology?

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