FORBIDDEN is an exhibition that discusses and dissects what is unacceptable and why. It will test how liberal we really are. Coming up with solid societal themes have never been a problem, but exploring them is the challenge presented to artists. Good art should create numerous talking points and we expect this exhibition to be no different.
Most people rightly claim to be ‘good’ – whatever that means. Not breaking the law perhaps, holding few or no prejudices, exercising tolerance, patience, respecting the opinions of others, could sit snuggly on a list of attributes ‘good’ people share. But it is not what you don’t do, but why you don’t that comes under scrutiny.
Presented over three days with more than 25 new and emerging artists, London’s 10 000 sq ft Daniel Libeskind Space will host this intriguing exhibition of contemporary art.
Also, submition for art works is still avilable until December 15th. Check the link for more information http://www.creativeislington.com/blog/opportunity/open-call-to-artists-collaborative-art-exhibition-forbidden/