A new group of London artists are embracing difference and togetherness in the city.
I Know What You Did Last Summer is the first show by the artists since they met last summer.
Join the artists as they begin their collaboration.
The new group show at the Mernier Gallery, Southwark highlights how in this age of opinionated division, coming together rather than separating can make things much more interesting.
The show’s focus ranges from pre-linguistic to static mist, cityscapes to ecology, change to repetition and interaction to existence. All takes place in one space. Just as many and varied thoughts take place in the city at any moment.
Working in sculpture, painting, drawing, installation, digital art, sound and photography, I Know What You Did Last Summer invokes the multi sensory society which city dwellers thrive on.
An international coming together from the UK, Japan, USA and Brazil, the new group met on a Foundation in Fine Art at The Slade’s Summer School..
In this exhibition they question what happens when you meet “Others” in the city who inspire you enough to join together.