Exhibition

528

23 Mar 2019 – 26 Mar 2019

Event times

Saturday 23 March: 11am – 5pm
Monday 25 March: 11am – 5pm
Tuesday 26 March: 11am – 2pm

Cost of entry

Free

Heritage Gallery

London
England, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • 129, 177, 180, 188, 199, 286, 386
  • Cutty Sark DLR
  • Greenwich Station

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A multi-disciplinary exhibition of works specially created to speculate on three interconnected themes: Listen!, Human Machine, and Fluctuating City.

About

Organised by a collective of 15 students as a multi-personal collaborative project, 528 is a 3 day-long exhibition retracing fluctuations in time through the art object.

Performance, video art, printed matter, installations, photography, and sound art convene in the space of the Heritage Gallery as an ephemeral collection of the exhibitors’ efforts. 528 is about the works as much as it about the shared struggles of the artists who made them and challenged themselves—for the very first time—in putting together a show. The exhibition is a selection of works specially created to speculate on 3 interconnected themes: Listen!Human Machine, and Fluctuating City.

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Curators

Making and Curating Students

Exhibiting artists

Daniela Zaharieva

Elliot Puffett

Ryan Nguyen

Patricia Magyar

Anthony Luc

Gabriel Zehm

Francesco Imola

Dylan Mullargi

Margarido Gonclaves

Walter Baccoli

Jameel Knight

Jack Bell-Hyland

Hosted by

University of Greenwich, Stockwell Street Building

London, United Kingdom

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