7 Jun 2019 – 19 Jul 2019
Cost of entry
- Jarman Building, School of Arts
- University of Kent
- CT2 7UG
- United Kingdom
- Taxi rank in front of Station or take the Unibus from nearby St. Dunstan's
- Nearest train station: Canterbury West (high-speed link from St. Pancras; trains from Charing Cross).
Catching Flies is an immersive exhibition exploring the theme of distractions.
The MA Curating students present their exciting new exhibition entitled ‘Catching Flies’ to open on 7th June at the Studio 3 Gallery at the University of Kent. The exhibition will run until 31st July and includes an array of artworks from historic prints to video art, mixed media canvases and Social Media art. The artists participating range from the highly regarded Benedict Drew and Ross Sinclair, to talented students from the recently closed down Fine Art course from our own university, as well as students from other art schools throughout the South East area.
The theme of the exhibition is distractions, with each artwork exploring different narratives surrounding the subject, whether it is in regards to the distractions we face through social media, the use of art as a distraction from reality or simply a musician being distracted from his practice.