Exhibition

Preservation

25 Jul 2019 – 28 Jul 2019

Event times

26th – 28th July
Opening Night: Thursday 25th July 6 - 9pm
Friday & Saturday 12 – 6pm Sunday 12 – 4pm
Artist Talk: Saturday 27th July 12:30 – 1:30pm

Cost of entry

Free entry

The Take Courage Gallery

London
England, United Kingdom

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Four recent fine art graduates, Polly Bennett, Lucy Bradley, Kimberley Cookey-Gam and Cora Cuthbert, from the University of Brighton and City & Guilds of London Art School, use their pre-existing practices to explore the theme of preservation.

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‘Preservation: to keep something as it is, especially in order to prevent it from decaying or being damaged or destroyed.’ 
All being given just this one word, the artist's individual viewpoints are unique and are influenced by both their own experiences, and the universal.

Polly Bennett's artistic practice involves various investigations into her surrounding rural environment in order to re-visualise an experience of her own, and create an experience for the viewer.

www.pollybennett.com

@polben.art

Lucy Bradley’s practice is dominated by themes of desire, the uncanny and the exploration of body surrogates. Captivated by the process of the anthropomorphisation of found objects and their arrangements, and using material as a form of language, she explores her recent fascination of memory and preservation.

@lmb.sculpture

The process of crocheting has led Kimberley Cookey-Gam to investigate the importance of solitude on personal growth, how individual development can impact on their collective surroundings. Cookey-Gam aims to cultivate some sense of self-reflection and to highlight the power that people can have over themselves and their consciousness, whilst also creating space to modestly observe.

www.kimberleycookeygam.com

@crochetcookey

Through her work, Cora Sehgal Cuthbert, is constantly searching for and presenting the extraordinary in the ordinary. Inspired by artists such as Mark Leckey and Shane Meadows, along with poets and philosophers such as William Blake and Thomas Aquinas, she observes connections between the personal, the cultural and a universal humanity/spirituality.  

@coracuthbert

Exhibiting artists

Lucy Bradley

Cora Cuthbert

Kimberley Cookey-Gram

Polly Bennett

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