New innovative work by pioneering Central Saint Martins graduates, that challenges the concept of fine art through interdisciplinary practice.
DATES | Wed 25th – Sun 29th May 2016
LOCATION | Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA, United Kingdom
OPENING TIMES | Wed to Fri 12.00 – 20.00 | Sat to Sun 12.00 – 18.00
Aleksandra Borys | Lorraine Clarke | Lucy Crowder | Julius Colwyn | Sarah Craske | Mellissa Fisher | Stephanie Herbert | Mandy Hreus | Keun Wook Ji | Peiwen Li | Silvia Krupinska | Mary Helen Mack | Marta Pinilla Martinez | Carla Mancillas Serna | Grace Stokes | Jana Va- lencic | Mira Varg | Jennifer Walsh | Charlotte Whiston | Stephanie Wong
UNFOLDING REALITIES presents the work of 20 MA Art and Science graduates at Central Saint Martins. Since its inception in 2011 this pioneering course, the first of its kind, has provided a unique global platform for students across a wide range of fields, on which they extend and contribute to the expanding interdisciplinary branch of knowledge – Art and Science. Responding to this fast emerging territory for collaborative practice which redefines creativity across disciplines, UNFOLDING REALITIES practitioners from fine art, design, photography, neuroscience, art history, mathematics, choreography and architecture have been inspired by their individual connections and observations of the world and the challenge of interrogating this beyond disciplinary boundaries.
Thank you everyone who came to support our auction event the other night at Lethaby Gallery at Central Saint Martins in King’s Cross.
My piece “Eclipse1” found a new home as well! Thank you, and I hope it will make you happy.
( “Eclipse1” is a emulsion lift of double exposure picture made with : Impossible Film, silver powder, zinc plate )
POSTGRADUATE ART AUCTION 2015 is on! This week, starting tomorrow evening – Tuesday 17th of November at Lethaby Gallery at Central Saint Martins in the heart of King’s Cross. The auction ends on Thursday evening at 19th of November, come, have a drink and support us !
This year we present our most ambitious collection of works to date, to be Auctioned on Thursday 19th November. Among the internationally acclaimed artists who have donated work to the Live Auction are previous Turner Prize winners and Central Saint Martins alumni, Antony Gormley, Grayson Perry and Laure Prouvost. as well as shortlisters Peter Doig and Isaac Julien. Nicole Wemers is on the 2015 shortlist and has also donated a piece of work.
The funds raised from the annual Auction are of enormous value to Postgraduate Art students and the graduation show in May 2016.
Thank you everyone for coming to last week Mind _Matter studio show of MA Art and Science where I presented Kosmos – three 2D pieces that created a small installation. Below are some pictures of it.
Mind_Matter, MA Art and Science,
Students from the MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins open their studio doors this November to share research, experiments and artworks.
Weds 11 November, 17.00-19.30
Thursday 12 & Friday 13 November, 12.00-19.00
Saturday 14 November, 12.00-17.00
Thank you everyone for taking part of 3 days laboratory. It was inspiring time and wonderful opportunity to share and exchange thoughts on choreography, movement in microgravity. And thank you for your attempts to microgravity body experience !!!
The movement laboratory was possible thanks to Research Scholarship by Grazyna Kulczyk and took place in Art Stations Foundation by Grazyna Kulczyk / Stary Browar Nowy Taniec in Poznan/ Poland. website
18th -20th of September I will be leading movement LAB in Stary Browar Nowy Taniec/ Art Stations Foundation in Poznan. We will focus on the relation between choreography and astronomy, how those two can relate, inspire and inform one another. We will work with body and movement trying to experiment with experience of zero gravity. We will challenge the way we approach movement by the way one could possibly work with it in Space.
It will be semi theoretical/ semi practical choreography workshop called movement laboratories due its research base and art and science approach to the subject.
For more information please visit: www.artstationsfoundation5050.com