SVA studio members will be opening their spaces to the public. Visitors will be encouraged to fully explore the studio working environment and to engage with artists in conversation.
The studios provide a collaborative working environment and home for artist groups including Quercus, artNucleus, Studio Seven and Unit 4. Jamila Lamrani, a Moroccan-based artist will in be residence at SVA during the festival. This project is part of the Inhabit International Artists Residency Scheme funded by the Arts Council. Jamila Lamrani makes installations and sculptures which explore the tensions and textures of materials to reveal relationships between symmetry and dissymmetry, balance and imbalance, the laws of gravitation and upward attraction. This is a great opportunity to see what takes place at SVA and find out more about the future plans.
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