21st July 2011 ' 6th August 2011
Private View: Wednesday 20th July 2011, 6.30pm
Gallery open: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12.00 to 18.00
ARTISTS: Jay Newell, Alice Moorey, Ralph Raposas, Charlotte Blamey, Marnie Davies, Kemi Sanbe, Lucy Pidgeon, Miriam Austin, Adam Knight, Victoria Jackson, Jeremy Danziger, Sam Jarman, Laura-Jade Holloway, James Miles and Diana Bradford Arnold
Studio106 Art Gallery is delighted to invite you to Banding The Boundaries, the second exhibition curated with the University of The Creative Arts, Epsom.
Showing in parallel outstanding graduates works along their tutors' works, Banding the Boundaries challenges and interrogates creative processes and the relationship between those who transmit knowledge and those who are at the receiving end of it. Encouraging dialogues, the exhibition questions both individual practices and examines the shifting relationship between teacher and student.
Banding The Boundaries aims to create an encounter for young and established artists working in diverse artistic disciplines as they become a collective, bound together by constructing and deconstructing the ideas around what something is and what something can be.
The importance of Banding The Boundaries is particularly relevant today. The increasing professionalisation of art and the restricted access to art education makes this initiative meaningful, and re-assess methodologies of transmitting knowledge in the art education, highlighting the incommensurable importance of academics in society.
Banding the Boundaries is part of Pivotal Shifts, a project supported by The Arts Council England, London.
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