Cara Barry, Richard Buckle, Barry Cunningham, Ali Day, Mary Louise Evans, Val Fox, Amanda Francis, Pascal Furminieux, Anita Gwynn, Charles Hayward, Pat Hextall, Terence Humphrey, Janet Hyde, Julia Mcneal, Nina Necak, Janine Nelson, Mark Nelson, Stephen Palmer, Rosey Prince, Ben Parry, Toby Rye, Joyce Saunders-Diop, Fiona Smithers, Heather Steed, Irene Stewart, Shirley Stewart, Derval Tubridy, Alexandra Valy, Benjamin Varney, Sara Willett, Alma Tishler Wood, Peter Wright
Come and explore 30 artist studios over three floors of beautiful Edwardian building in Deptford.
Don't miss our special programme of exhibitions and site-specific works. On the first floor Sara Willett will immerse you in an opulent hallucinogenic fantasy inspired by Edgar Allen Poe's Ligeia. In the bowels of the building Charles Hayward projects an archive of sound recordings collected during the midnight hour these 'silences' refill an empty space with traces, ghosts. Other Arthouse artists including Alexandra Valy and Benjamin Varney will be displaying work throughout the building as well as in their studios.
In our gallery artists Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich present Dancing Borders, a film work documenting a live event using dance, marching and pollination to transform the psychology of the much besieged border town of Berwick 'Upon-Tweed. The film is accompanied by Siege Weapons of Love; a series of inflatable sculptures, which transform symbols of war into Flower Power.
On your way stop off at our Café Gallery to sample a wide selection of scrumptious handmade cakes and nibbles.
Zoe Walker and Neil Bromwich, Dancing Borders, 23 September ' 2 October, Wednesday ' Sunday 12-6pm
Sara Willett, Ligeia, 23 September ' 2 October, Wednesday ' Sunday 12-6pm
Charles Hayward, In the midnight hour, Friday 30 September 6-9pm, Sat 1 & Sun 2 October 12-6pm
Part of Deptford X 2011 and the South London Art Map Last Fridays.
Zoë Walker and Neil Bromwich are represented by Pippy Houldsworth Gallery.