A Note On A City is a collective of artists, writers and curators founded in the UK, undertaking a range of projects
exploring common experiences of the city; how a city reflects and affects the way one operates.
This eponymous group exhibition, hosted by Bruno Glint, presents the work of Maràa Cerdá Acebrón, Isaac Contreras,
Daniel Monroy Cuevas, Ricardo Grande, James Harper, Robert Prideaux, Ruaidhri Ryan and Charles Thorburn.
Non-hierarchical in structure and ever expanding, together we observe, recollect, make and share. The dynamics of
our collaboration - different approaches and varying resolutions - are a fundamental component in producing our
These artists and writers, working from London, Berlin and Mexico City, are exploring what it means to inhabit a city;
exploring non spaces, virtual spaces and shared spaces - personal spaces and social spaces. It is important that this
exhibition is not conveying a commentary on its host city, but on all cities, on no cities. Artists and art galleries, the art
scene; cities are ever reliant on the creativity and vision of their inhabitants. Likewise, artists have long been inspired
by their surroundings and habitats. Whether designing buildings or documenting the ways which a city's public
interacts with its architecture, there is a dialogue that must be cherished.
Cities are destroyed and rebuilt. Communities converge and disperse. Cultural trends come and go. We aim to
contribute to the ongoing discussion regarding how people experience the cities in which they live, work and play.
Closing Event Thursday 4th July 7-10pm