Memory and the constant pressure of time…
SUNLESS is the name of a forthcoming exhibition at the Bermondsey Project Space curated by London-based artist Mathew Tudor.
Mathew promises an exhibition of art works inspired by the essay film San Soeil (1983) and the experimental short La Jetee (1962), two works by Chris Marker.
The exhibition will be a mixture of painting, sculpture, instillation and film loosely inspired by the theme of identity, time and the concept of the collective consciousness. The show will open on April 11th and run until April 16th (open daily from Midday until 6pm) at Bermondsey Project Space, 46 Willow Walk, London, SE1 5SF. (entry is free)
Artists confirmed: Julia Maddison, Julie Ann, Phœbe Davenport, Alberto Condotta, Mathew Tudor, Sandra Beccarelli, Katharine Meynell, Jillian Knipe, Cate Halpin, Katrine Storebø, Matthew Randle, Philip Weiner, Paula Lucido, Susannah King, Sean Worrall, Clare Palmer, Tarique MI
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