Scene presents 'Paved Paradise', the first in a series of shows in an exciting new space, bringing together work from across the creative disciplines and exploring the cross-overs in-between. The exhibition will be held at: The Depot, 38 Upper Clapton Road E5 8BQ, and will run from 6-17th October, with a public opening on Thursday 8th October.
'Paved Paradise' exhibits work from local artists, designers and architects using different media to explore the relationship between nature and domesticity within a curated setting.
This is spatial storytelling, a theatre set of props working together to tell a story through fragments, hints and atmosphere.
Visitors are free to explore a home which has been dissected, spliced and invaded by nature. This is the threshold between nature and the domestic as a spatial experience; probing the narrative behind art, architecture and design in everyday life.
The exhibition will run alongside a programme of workshops and events exploring creativity and its relevance to our culture today, including a collaborative drawing event as part of the Campaign for Drawing's Big Draw.
A programme of events will be available shortly.
For more information on 'Paved Paradise' and a programme of events, see http://www.sceneart.co.uk/exhibition/paved-paradise/
For more information on Scene see www.sceneart.co.uk
Scene is a non-profit company, formed in 2014 as an accessible platform from which to promote the importance of art, design and architecture to the wider audience. Through a thought-provoking and inspiring programme of talks, events and workshops, we encourage involvement and discussion in all aspects of current design.