Next week we’re curating a group exhibition at the Cello Factory with The London Group and friends. The space will be blacked out and filled with works which either create their own light or can be projected upon. It’s a short, three-day show with performances, workshops, talks and music and it will be an exciting experimental space.
In the Dark
The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8TJ
January 17th, 18th, 19th 2-6pm
PV Thursday 17th 6-8pm with performance artists; Birgitta Hosea, Fay Barnett & Fanny Cox.
20 members of The London Group are involved including collaborative pieces including a 5 person Exquisite Corpse video and some Generative programs by Sandra Crisp & Tim Pickup.
We’re using the full height of the Cello Factory with two striking celestial projections by Angela Eames and lots of hanging sculptures to project upon.
The exhibtion involves two friends of the Group; the Computer Arts Society,who celebrate their 50th anniversary this year, will present networked light boxes, dome projections and stereoscopic sculptures. Computer artist Paul Brown will be projecting a selection of Generative works from all periods of his pioneering career.
The second ‘and friends’ organisation is the Lumen Prize who will showcase videos by their shortlisted and prize winning artists and have commissioned their student prize winner Ziwei Wu to build a new furry installation.
There is lots more information on the show’s website including details of the free creative coding workshops.