Field Trip 

5. Jun - 24. Jun 14 / ended Display Gallery

Admission Free

Tuesday to Friday 12 to 6pm, Thursday 12 to 8pm

Exhibition | Multi-disciplinary | London


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Field Trip Contemporary Art Group Show

Display Gallery is delighted to present Field Trip, a show that brings together a collection of new works by ten artists, encompassing paintings, mono-prints, drawings, photographies, and sculptures which showcase multiple forms of otherness that coincide with the idea of a collective and creative odyssey. This group show carries the impulsive desire for exploration by the featured artists who step back from the comfort zone of their studio, their familiar surroundings, and seek an engagement with the unknown in order to discover, research and learn from new sources through an active process of experimentation with the given materials that each one uses. This allows and offers an immediacy of formation and representation in their subject matter and builds an artistic dialogue full of context when put alongside each other in the gallery space.

Field Trip will showcase the personal and inner journey of each artist through their artworks that upon arrival at Display Gallery will take a form of a collective expedition. The new surroundings of the white cube space and the process of installation will assign a different perspective and meaning to the oeuvre and thus will create a new journey within the journey. The audience is invited to witness that process of new possibilities and prolific dialogues and take part in this artistic field trip while exploring its challenging nature.

The show presents the practice of a culturally diverse group of artists from Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Buenos Aires, Helsinki, Manila, Munich, and London.

Featured artists:
Becky Allen, Tili de Arizmendi, Suzy Babington, Nicole Coson, Jenny Forster, Jonah Gebka, Hannes Heinrich, Merlin Ramos, Raquel Schembri, Jack Towndrow
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