Studio 3 students of 'Conversations of Culture' would like to invite you to their exhibition opening of 'Out of Space' on Thursday 27 February, from 6-9pm, at Stoke Newington Studios.
Date: 6 February 2014
You stand alone, a wasteland surrounds you. Earth is dying and along with it its inhabitants. A backpack with your only resources but yourself weighs heavy on your back. Screams, flames and smoke pierce the horizon; all your senses react. Your journey to space is in front of you leaving behind the ruined planet Earth. Your emotions collide between hope and fear. Your plan is to walk towards the ocean meeting others who are strong and still retain hope of a future. Alone is a death sentence and so you must not avoid others. You can shape hope with your ideas about space.
This exhibition brings together works by artists interested in themes of outer space and how we navigate space in our own domains. Whether these are the fields of Essex, the white cube gallery or the children's toy room, 'Out of Space' challenges conceptions of the natural habitat and domestic materials...
Date: Thursday 27 February 2014
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Open: Fri 28 Feb, 10-6; Sat 1 Mar, 1-6; Sun 2 Mar, 2-6
Venue: Stoke Newington Studios, Unit B, 3 Victoria Grove, N16 8EN
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