15 Jan 2010 – 31 Jan 2010

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11am - 6pm Saturday and Sunday and by appointment

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Purge Projects

London, United Kingdom


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  • Bus routes: 55, 48, 106, 56, 393, 253, 254, 38, 488, 425
  • Overground train to Clapton Station (12 mins from Liverpool Street)
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Multidisciplinary Art Exhibtion 15th January-31st January, 2010


Ann-Marie James, Anna Chrystal, Ally Mellor, Iain S. Hales, James Page, Robert Fearns, Scott Massey, Yolande Kenny The Arts provide us with the opportunity to re-evaluate the borders and definitions of the culture we find ourselves in. This exhibition will look at interpretations of nature and the linguistic and visual systems of codes that permeate our understanding of nature. The materials that artworks are made of are significant in the way we understand and contextualise a piece. Through exploring these definitions we aim to challenge, not only the categorisations of nature and materiality, but also artworks themselves. The way we seek to understand ideas and objects in relation to semantic structures provides a secure world-view but limits the terms in! which we process information. Changing The Nature includes work which, either consciously or sub-consciously, taps into our growing concern with an environmental, necessarily global approach to nature as a wider, interlinked, ecological system. A system that is not outside culture, but inextricably linked to it via phenomenon such as climate change, sustainability and a new consciousness of how we use the materials in the world around us.


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