Programme 3 Launch

1 Dec 2016

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Nunnery Gallery

London, United Kingdom


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  • 205
  • Bow Road (Hammersmith & City, District lines)
  • Bow Church (DLR)

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Launching Visions in the Nunnery’s Programme 3 with a new and live performance from Richard Layzell, as well as Elena Cologni, Jeanette Joy Harris, Noa Reshef and works from the Unnoticed Art Festival.


The final Visions programme will launch on the last First Thursday of 2016 with five live performances, including an exclusively new and live performance from Richard Layzell, as well as Elena Cologni,Jeanette Joy Harris, Marina Moreno and Tony White and Raluca Croitoru and Mikio Saito from theUnnoticed Art Festival, with a new installation Hey You! by Tessa Garland, a film about control and the power of information. Whose watching who now?

STRUCTURES of SUPPORT by Elena Cologni features an interactive, wearable structure in response to the motto 'justice is the foundation of the rules of all kingdoms' by Francis I, Emperor of Austria and written on the Äußeres Burgtor building in Vienna. Performed as a parade, the structures will address our engagement with space, memory and place.


Programme 3 will explore digital worlds, utopias and dystopias, with artists including Adriana Amodei, Sandra Araújo, Ulu Braun, Carla Chan, Milo Creese, Sandra Crisp, Raluca Croitoru, Dennis & Debbie Club, Nina Danino, Valentina Ferrandes, Tessa Garland, Heidi Kilpeläinen, Lawrence Lek, Allie Litherland, Jonathon Monaghan, Marina Moreno, Chris Paul Daniels, Mikio Saito, Mauricio Sanhueza, PolakVanBekkum, Schellekens, Zeljko Vidovic and Tony White.

Curated by Cinzia Cremona and Tessa Garland, Visions 2016 showcases over 100 international artists’ work through an innovative six-part programme, including artists Marina Abramović, Ori Gersht, Susan Hiller, Mikhail Karikis, Richard Layzell and Uriel Orlow. 12 events punctuate the programme, featuring live performances in the gallery, Carmelite Café and Bow Arts’ unique Victorian enclosed courtyard. View the full programme here


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