1 - 11 years
Artist-led gallery based in Southwark Park hosting contemporary art exhibitions and a varied public programme for children, families and seniors in purpose-built space with a patio garden.
Arts & Crafts
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Abigail Hunt's artistic practice centres around found objects and images and a procession of tasks: the investigative research of an image, the deconstruction of a line, the disablement of form and finally the reconstruction and reconfiguration of the object. These processes are similar to that of understanding a new language. Through translating one language of images and the later reformation and retelling through made objects Abigail creates her own structures, tones and descriptions.
Alexa Lowe is an artist interested in exploring the voice of the mark through a range of materials and methods. She is interested in how the process of making brings thoughts into being and works with different community groups to encourage and further their creative outputs. She holds a BA in Visual Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Annabel Frearson is an artist who re-works existing texts into new combinations that are both poetic and political. She publishes and exhibits widely, and teaches at a number of universities.
Diana Taylor is a London-based artist, working with a multi-disciplinary approach to painting. Her practice comprises traditional and digital processes in painting, printing, textiles and needlework to explore the repetitive nature of time and notions of a-temporality in an age of information overload. The images and processes in the work are linked by a pre-occupation with redundancy, failure and ruin in visual culture. Taylor is currently studying for a PhD by practice, at Sheffield Hallam University, in collaboration with the William Morris Gallery, London.
Flora Duley has a socially-engaged art practice. She is interested in Educational and Pedagogical structures creating installations for visitor participation that include video, performance, sculpture and Painting.
Holly Slingsby’s practice centres on performance and uses props, costumes and video. Slingsby has had solo exhibitions and performances at Bòlit, Centre d’Art Contemporani, Girona, Spain; Tintype, London; and DKUK, London. Her recent publication Knotted Mass II (Publication Studio London) is an artist’s book developed from Slingsby’s 2016 performance of the same name at a pop-up project, Finishing Touch, London.
Isobel Smith‘s work crosses sculpture, puppetry and performance. She works with community groups, devising workshops and performances for Tate Modern and Barbican Centre, London, John Hansard, Southampton and is co-founder of Brighton Puppetry School. She graduated in Performance at Royal College of Art (2017).
Laura Misch is an artist, saxophonist and producer. She is interested in socially engaged art and has experience running workshops at schools across Peckham. Her release Playground LP (2017) is an exploration into childhood and generates a sonic space full of home sampling and sax rich production. Laura was invited to perform live on BBC Radio 6 with Gilles Peterson. Laura is interested in exploring folk and diy instruments, experimenting new sounds with electronic manipulation. She aims to run workshops that make music accessible and engaging for all.
Polly Brannan is education curator at the Liverpool Biennial. She is an artist and educator who has produced projects at Frieze Art Fair, Lisbon Experimenta Festival and Nottingham Contemporary, amongst others. She is co-founder of network avant gardening, and was a member of the collective Public Works from 2005-2011
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