Exhibition

Shape Open 2018: Collective Influence

22 Mar 2018 – 5 Apr 2018

Event times

Collective Influence will take place at The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London from Thursday 22 March until Thursday 5 April 2018, and will be open from 10am to 6pm every day except Mondays and Easter Sunday.

Private View: 6.30 to 8.30pm, Thursday 22 March, open to the public

Cost of entry

Free

Mile End Art Pavilion

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Tube: Mile End

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“Collective Influence” is a group exhibition of artwork created by both disabled and non-disabled artists that will be showcased at The Art Pavilion, Mile End

About

Showcasing work across a wide range of art forms by some of the UK’s most compelling emerging artists, and supported by Patron Yinka Shonibare MBE, Collective Influence investigates the interwoven influences of art, disability and the power of a collective voice. Questioning how the “collective” has the power to evoke and influence change, this exhibition is an examination of the role art plays in activating social developments, and vice versa.

This year’s exhibiting artists are: Aidan Moesby, Alice Rose Floyd, Amy Hutchings, Anahita Harding, Arjun Harrison-Mann, Arushee Suri, Ashokkumar Mistry, Attia Rashid, Brendan O’Neill, DYSPLA, Eleanor Johnson, Elinor Clare Rowlands, Ellie Collins, Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, Fae Kilburn, Grace Leigh Igoe, Helen Jones, Jack Haslam, Justin Levesque, Justin Piccirilli, Ker Wallwork, Mary Rouncefield, MH Sarkis, Mohammad Barrangi Fashtami, Nina Thomas, Oaklee Thiele, Rah Petherbridge, Ray Kathryn Radnell, Sally Booth, Sarah Carpenter, Signkid, Steph Harrison, andSusan Elaine Jones.

A winning artist, selected by a small panel including Shape Open Patron Yinka Shonibare MBE, will be awarded £1,000 at the Private View; a second artist will receive the People’s Choice Award of £250, as voted for by attendees of the Open throughout its duration. The People’s Choice Award is kindly supported by Crucial Colour.

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