Upcoming Show at Block 336
Murray Anderson | Rosanna Greaves | CJ Mahony | Frances Scott | Lisa Wilkens
Heavy Sentience is a collective endeavor between five artists, responding to Block 336’s architectural structure, its subterranean setting and hauntological character. Through a series of shared research processes, each artist has produced new work that both embodies and transcends individual concerns, developed together in the space to form a singular, non-linear environment.
I am showing a new video work at Every Bird Brings a Different Melody To The Garden
Video: We Were Strongly Advised
Situated across the River Themes from the Tate and Lyle Factory Map
I will be showing my film Indicator at:
Opening 25th April St Luke’s Center, EC1V 8AJ
Along side my fellow studio holders and the work of my students from the Spectrum Photography project
12th January – 24th February 2013
Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge
Kettle’s Yard have invited Aid & Abet to take up temporary residence in their gallery.
Aid & Abet have organised a project, which aims to transfer the aesthetic, ethos and atmosphere of our space to Kettle’s Yard. We have put together a series of complimentary events/discussions/talks centred around a curated exhibition in the gallery involving artists from our networks:
Martyn Cross | Annabel Dover | Rosanna Greaves | Kevin Hunt | Iain Paxon | Richard Proffitt | Sean Vicary | Lisa Wilkens
The exhibition focuses on work dealing with transitions and thresholds and the evolution and transformation of image, material and object through pathos, humour and a meticulous approach to process. Common to the work methodology is an interest in elements of the outsider, the cult, and the uncanny. The exhibition will include a variety of sculpture, print, collage and film.