Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Carol Robertson & Trevor Sutton – Summer exhibitions

The work of Carol Robertson and Trevor Sutton is part of
Mono: An Exhibition of Unique Prints
7 July – 3 September 2017
82 Kingsland Road
London E2 8DP

Carol Robertson is taking part at the group show
make a mark
9 – 30 July 2017
45 Grange Road
London SE1 3BH

Carol Robertson & Trevor Sutton
22 July – 10 September 2017
Imprints Gallery
14 rue Jean Rousset
26400 Crest

Seeing Through Drawing – A Celebration of John Berger

Seeing Through Drawing – A Celebration of John Berger
8 July – 26 August 2017
Mandell's Gallery
Elm Hill
Norwich NR3 1HN
Norfolk, UK

The exhibition is arranged and selected by Martin Battye and John Christie.
A new publication Seeing Through Drawing – A Celebration of John Berger will be launched on the opening. The book is published by Objectif Press.

The book features a compilation of writings on the art and practice of drawing collected by John Christie. Objectif Press, the imprint of John Christie, published in 2016 the book Lapwing & Fox – Conversations between John Berger and John Christie. In 2000 the acclaimed book I Send You This Cadmium Red – A Correspondence between John Berger and John Christie was published by Actar, Barcelona.
In 2010 I Send You This Cadmium Red – John Berger and John Christie with music by Gavin Bryars was released on CD on Gavin Bryars' GB label

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Ian Whittlesea – Becoming Invisible, Artnight London 1 July 2017

Ian Whittlesea 
Becoming Invisible (2017)

Art Night 
London, 1 July 2017

Site-specific adaptation of an ongoing project
Immersive light and sound installation

Entrance at the signposted meeting point on the south-east side
Tower Bridge Road, London SE1 2UP

6pm–2am, every 40 minutes
Duration: 35 Minutes
Language: English

Ian Whittlesea invites the audience to take part in an illuminated meditation in the Bascule Chamber, located inside Tower Bridge. His ongoing work Becoming Invisible is adapted to the rarely accessed cavernous space. This experiential and performative audio installation is accompanied by a light show ranging from total darkness to the most intense light imaginable. The audience, in groups of 50, is guided down into the chamber by the voice of hypnotherapist Ruth Sabrosa, alongside the sound of rhythmic breathing and visualisation cues. Once in the Chamber the participants are asked to reflect on the colour spectrum and finally to step into a white cloud, perhaps allowing them to become permanently invisible.
A project supported by Art Night’s Patron Circle 2017, kindly hosted by Tower Bridge.
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