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Drinks and music provided
‘Raw Senses’: A one night only exhibition in Shoreditch that includes a diverse range of performance art, music, photography, paintings and sculpture from a collective of artists.
From the artists that recently curated ‘In Site’ (https://goo.gl/aXRVUX), ‘Raw Senses’ is a diverse exhibition at Kachette concerning earth and knowing, senses and surroundings, and the way in which each artist individually understands the world that encircles them.
Curated by artists Madeleine Wheeler, Natalie Winter, Frances Bakewell and Laura McIntyre ‘Raw Senses’ references how we come to understand ourselves through the physical attributes of our earth. Our individual understandings of surroundings are built through our experiences of the physical world. This exhibition will regard how each artist interprets their material surroundings in connection to mental processes.
“One’s mind and the earth are in a constant state of erosion, mental rivers wear away abstract banks, brain waves undermine cliffs of thought.”
Work created references Robert Smithson’s ‘Sedimentation of the Mind: Earth Projects’ in which Smithson uses strong imagery to liken the cycles of the physical world to cycles of the mind. The two way understanding between self and earth, the physical materials of the earth and how they mimic the minds ebbs and flows.
The show includes interpretations through performance art, music, paintings, photography and sculpture from artists Frances Bakewell, Madeleine Wheeler, Natalie Winter, Laura McIntyre, Lloyd Smith, Charlotte Barlow, Grace Guppy, Katie Fletcher, Kevin Bathélemy and Francesca Cant. The exhibition will take place under the striking tunnel space in Kachette and aims to offer a rare opportunity to see entertaining, provocative art work.
Admission is free but RSVP is essential for entry
Free drinks and music provided
One Night Only, Entry 5pm - 10pm
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