A Matter of Blood
Cass Fine Art alumnus Gabriel Andreu's film A Matter of Blood (2012) is going to be shown at Vyner Street’s Degree Art gallery as a part of the group exhibition Post Digital?, a show curated by Nimrod Vardi.
Please join us the 3rd of July as a part of the First Thursdays.
When: 3rd July – 14th August 2014.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 12-6pm & Sat, 12-5pm
First Thursdays: 3rd July & 7th August 2014 6-9pm
Where: Degree Art, 12a Vyner Street, London, E2 9DG
Gabriel Andreu’s works A Matter of Blood (2012) UK and Silence 3 (2011) US continue with their success.
In 2013 A Matter of Blood was shortlisted for the Videoakt International VideoArt Biennial.
Also, Silence 3 and A Matter of Blood have been selected for VideoArt Festival Midenin Kalamata, Greece and will be screened on the 5th of July in the section “Mind Landscapes”. Curated by Martha Zoupa.
Catalogue of the festival (see page 9): http://issuu.com/gioula/docs/festival_miden_2014_program_eng
Silence 3 has been shortlisted for The Shape Open 2013 and has toured the UK for six months appearing in several institutions and galleries. Silence 3 has also been selected for the opening of the new Shape Gallery.
- Website: gabrielandreu.me
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