artbelowzeroº Systems & Patterns ll

11 Mar 2008 – 12 Mar 2008

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6pm - 9pm and music til late

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Westbourne Studios - The Project Space

London, United Kingdom

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  • Tube: Westbourne Park, Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill Gate
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artbelowzeroº Systems & Patterns ll


Artbelowzero is holding another show after it's long Winter break, at the Westbourne studios's Notting Hill on Wednesday 12th March.

Please come and join us and cast your roving eye, over our group show.
We revisit the theme of Systems and Patterns, and want you the viewer, to ponder a couple of things.

When does a system become a pattern, when does a pattern become a symbol and when does the symbol become an Icon ?

As we attain this crossroads of convergence, what does this mean for us as a people and how will we receive, reconfigure and regurgitate its consequences ?

What do patterns say about us both historically and within modernity ?

Visit our 'aesthetic arrangements within the textural adventure' and see differently.


Artbelowzero is a monthly arts events that showcases art & design works from artists past and present from the capitals top colleges; The Royal College of Art, The Royal Academy, Central St. Martins College, The Slade School, Chelsea College of Art & Goldsmith's College.

The arts event that facilitates the need for artists/designers to come together and cast a roving eye over their peers works, both to engage in discussion and to forge new friendships and alliances.

Numerous disciplines from animation, audio, fashion, film & video, illustration, music, painting, performance, print, photography, poetry, sculpture, textiles, amongst others participate in Artbelowzero events.

In this collaboration between Art & Music selected bands provide music, these range from the experimental to performative mad cap & banal. DJs from the world of visual arts play music that has inspired them and their working practice.


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