Exhibition

JAYI KIM : UNCONSCIOUSNESS (Lack of Being)

9 Dec 2011 – 12 Dec 2011

Event times

6pm - 9pm, Friday, 11.30am - 6pm on Sat & Sun

Cost of entry

FREE

CULTIVATE, VYNER STREET

London, United Kingdom

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JAYI KIM : UNCONSCIOUSNESS (Lack of Being)

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THE MEENAN SISTERS will take over the CULTIVATE VYNER STREET for a number of events at the start of December. Expect a two day solo show from artist JAYI KIM to open on the evening of December 9th, followed by a group exhibition from the Sisters between from the 12th to the 14th with an opening on the evening of December 12th, along with a two day pop up shop event on December 13th and 14th while the group exhibition is on. ... The Meenan Sisters present… JAYI KIM: UNCONSCIOUSNESS (Lack of Being): (9th - 11th December). Opening night: 9th December, 6-9pm. MEENAN SISTERS Group Exhibition: (12th — 14th December). Opening night: 12th December, 6-9pm Pop-up shop: 13th — 14th December, 1-5 pm JAYI KIM - UNCONSCIOUSNESS (Lack of Being) - an installation work All experiences of human life are within the awareness of the world for a little while. When the individual changes their life, to a different location or through the passing of time, the experiences of consciousness at that moment become latent, entering into the deepness, passing through pre-consciousness: and this is considered as unconsciousness. In other words, experiences or thoughts that are repressed from outside of consciousness are not being destroyed, but strongly influences the actions of those individuals by latently entering into the unconscious. THE MEENAN SISTERS group show… The Meenan Sisters group show is accompanied by a group of emerging artists and illustrators, who are interested in joining forces with the Meenan Sisters, with the possibility of collaborating more in the future. This exhibition features collaborative works from Jo Cheung, Ivy Mei, James Boman and Jean Meenan. Jo Cheung's illustration is influenced by the idea of femininity in social construct; Ivy Mei's screen-print 'The Electric Meenan Sisters' is collaborative with James Boman's sculpture.

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