Movement in a Static Space

Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design

24 May 2013 to 8 June 2013

198 Contemporay Arts & Learning

Students from BA CCC, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design and 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, are pleased to bring you Movement in a Static Space, showcasing works from a select range of London artists. This exhibition explores our relationship with the space around us, our continuous movements through space and the unconscious impressions we can leave on our surroundings. Using a range of different mediums and techniques, each artist examines personal memories of locations, an awareness of our environment and the alterations of space over time.

The work of Caroline Underwood alters the natural path of movement inviting reflection on personal experiences of space. Artist Elena Colman takes a theatrical approach, creating an immersive space of wonder, using high-powered flash and phosphorous ink. Eleanor Lines works with unique printing techniques creating geometric illusions that manipulate light and capture impressions of movement. ‘Insert Life Here’ by Rachel Ridge, creates a distorted kaleidoscope-like image, examining the influx of space and time. David Stupple’s physical documentation of movement highlights the numerous possibilities present in the simplest of actions. This collaborative exhibition hopes to heighten awareness of space and encourage
personal contemplation of your surroundings.

 

Exhibition Events: Artists in Conversation: Saturday 1st June, 12pm

 

Movement in a Static Space, has been curated by Phoebe Antoniw, Clara Hatfield, Saskia Mercuri, Sergio Nieves, Camila de Szyszlo, Emma Vooght and Jason Yen students of BA (Honours) Criticism, Communication and Curation, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

For further information about this exhibition contact 198project.2013@gmail.com