The show ‘Circumstantial Paraphernalia’ is a one night only event displaying a collaborative endeavour of the documentation and working processes relative to archiving the surrounding surplus of one's artistic practice.
The method of recording through photography creates a tangible work from the in-thinking and making, and could, to some extent become a response to the constraint of the exhibition.
ISAAC BRANCO | LISA CHU | CHARLIE HAMMOND | LIZZY HARPER
SILJA HYTTI | KATHARINE LAZENBY | FRANZISKA NICOLAUS
WILFRED OLATUNBOSUN | TOM PARKER | WILL PECK | FLORA PICKERING | MICHAEL ROBERTSON | IRA SADOWSKI | PHOEBE SEAWELL | ABDUL SHYLLON
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The Cass HotHouse will be holding its second talk with London-based artist, Amelie Barnathan, next month.
Architecture graduate Julia King has recently completed her PhD by practice project in Savda Ghevra, Delhi.