we [ breathe ] in the space between
Digital Networking & Conversation | HART Haus x Central Saint Martins (London)
We would like to invite you to a networking event and international conversation between Central Saint Martins (London) and HART Haus.
The event will explore we [ breathe ] in the space between, an exhibition curated by MA Culture, Criticism and Curation students from Central Saint Martins. The exhibition presents new and recent works by 12 London and Hong Kong based artists responding to issues of in-betweenness, modernity, and urbanity.
Using live stream, a tour of the exhibition led by the curators will be followed by a group discussion engaging with key issues presented in the exhibition. The conversation will focus on: how an individual could be productive and positive in the face of gentrification, what does it mean to inhabit an in-between space, how can artists incorporate being in the moment into their practice.
The event aims to connect London and Hong Kong based artistic practitioners, identifying similarities in artistic practice and working conditions.
It is facilitated through the collaboration of HART Haus, Artists Studio Company (ASC) and Central Saint Martins.
Date: November 15, 2019 (Friday)
Time: 7pm-9pm (HK)
Venue: HART Haus, 3/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town
Please note that the event will be conducted in English only.
*The event is currently full. Thank you for your support!
You can still sign up for our waiting list below and we will be in touch when more spots are available.
About we [ breathe ] in the space between
Presenting new work by 12 London and Hong Kong-based contemporary artists, we [ breathe ] in the space between is an expanded exhibition responding to issues of in-betweenness, modernity, and urbanity. Traversing multiple disciplines, it includes artists working across sculpture, audio/visual and digital installation, performance and product design.
we [ breathe ] in the space between seeks to question our state of constant flux. What does it mean to occupy the present moment, when the present is always changing? What does it mean to be forced to the peripheries, to always inhabit the in-between space? How can we operate within this position?
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