Event

But is it ART...?

5 Feb 2015

Event times

Thursday 5 February, 6pm – 8:30pm

Cost of entry

free

London, United Kingdom

Travel Information

  • 67, 149, 242, 243, 394 (Stop 'Hoxton Station / Geffrye Museum' on Kingsland Road), 48 (Stop 'Hoxton Station' on Hackney Road)
  • Old Street, Liverpool Street
  • Hoxton Overground

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An interactive challenge: visitors decide whether various items and happenings are art.

About

The event will feature a mixture of familiar and non-familiar items and happenings situated within the space and occurring at different times throughout the evening. Visitors will be given a score-card to assess and comment on whether they consider these objects and interventions to be art. It will be a physical and mental space to freely explore what is art today.

Some of the themes that will be explored will include: the relationship between art and life in global culture; an investigation and reflection upon of what should be shared and what should be kept private; a comparison between the spirituality of different places; and, the perennial themes of the nature of love and truth in all their differing guises.

 

Event details:

Thursday 5 February, 6pm – 8:30pm
 

filmpro, Studio 3, 1 - 15 Cremer Street, London E2 8HD
For map and transport links visit our contact us page.
We are very close to the Hoxton Overground Station, which is a wheelchair accessible station.

Level access is provided from the street entrance to the filmpro studio.

 

Theresa Kiyota Rahman de Swiet

I entered a world, a dimension of intense perceptions.
Every flicker and flutter contained meaning.
Every thought was an event.
There were no boundaries and I was swamped by energies.
I floated out of time and my demons became realities.
They call it madness but there was still a part of my mind questioning, 'what is this?', 'why is this?'
I had been driven by a passionate desire to challenge the world at war and yet also by a yogic philosophy to abandon desire, constantly searching.
I didn't know what to do...so I began to paint.

A tomboyish swot at school liking maths and science, Theresa only managed a C+ in art with her teacher describing her 'a lost cause' when art and design is concerned. Turning her back on all things creative until she experienced states of consciousness that were 'not in consensual reality' she started painting spontaneously.

Read more and watch videos by Theresa on her filmpro profile page

 

filmpro lates are a new production and curatorial partnership between filmpro ltd and Foteini Galanopoulou.

Part of the Whitechapel Gallery's 'First Thursday' scheme.

 

Contact details 

e: projects@filmpro.net | info@foteinig.net

t: +44 (0) 20 7613 5856 | m: +44 (0) 79 4451 3590 (voice/texts)

W: www.filmpro.net/filmprolates

Twitter: @_filmpro, @Foteini_G

Curators

Foteini Galanopoulou

Exhibiting artists

Theresa Kiyota Rahman de Swiet

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