23rd June- 3rd July 2018
Sometimes I’m looking down on it from above,
Other times it feels like I’m outside looking through a window, with nothing but my reflection separating me from the space on the inside.
Do you remember what I said earlier?
Lewisham Arthouse is delighted to present Repetitive Strain, a new body of work by Kate Fahey. The exhibition is her first solo presentation in the UK and embodies an exploration of her on going practice based PhD research completed while undertaking Lewisham Arthouse’s Graduate Residency Program.
Working across the boundaries of various mediums including moving-image, sound, stills, sculpture, and installation, her practice explores our relationship with images through contemporary screen-based perspectives: aerial, satellite and elevated (drone’s eye) views, particularly in the technological hard and soft wares of encounter. Focusing on imagery predominantly appropriated from YouTube, her multidisciplinary fine art practice engages with the surface and materiality of the aerial image employing metafictional and subjective approaches to their habitual modes of spectatorship online.
PV: Saturday the 23rd June 6 – 9pm.
Dates: 24th June and 27th June – 1st July. 12–6pm daily or by appointment.
Lewisham Art House
140 Lewisham way
The open call for the next Graduate Studio Award will be made public this coming July – offering recent graduates a fantastic, free opportunity to develop their practice in a 200ft studio based within our artist-led cooperative in South East London. Towards the end of the period the awardee will be supported to mark the occasion showcasing a project, event or exhibition of their choosing in the Arthouse Gallery in 2019. Sign up to our mailing list and follow Arthouse social media to receive updates!
13th June- 17th June 2018
Wimbledon MA Painting interim show
Lewisham Art House Project Space
140 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6PD
Exhibition open: 13-17th June,
Wed – Sun 12-6pm
Private view: Wednesday 13 June 6-9pm
Works no larger than 12”
The work of these emerging artists centres on ideas as diverse as the myths, histories and politics of the North Caucuses; the overlooked spaces of the tourist trail; the anti-history paintings of modern India; the colonial histories of the British landscape garden; ruined industrial spaces and liminal wastelands; plant/human hybrids; anthropomorphism and fictional beasts; geology and alchemy; the erotic imagery of the Golden Lotus and the female protagonists of contemporary fairy tales.
Artists: Shuaa Alrasheidi, Emma Brassington, Daumants Brunins, Jack Candy-Kemp, Sirius Chan, Gabriel Chaim, Yue Chen, Sean Coates, Luísa De Castro, Maria Del Pino Cornejo, Nik Cross, Oliver Dorrell, Amy Gaudion, Sara Grisewood, Denise Harrison, Nimmi Hutnik, Emilie Lam, Pandora Layton, Jiaman Li, Nicholas MacNeill, Maria Mohonea, Kundan Mondal, Lorraine Monk, Maria Olivarria, Matteo Orlandi, Anna Pogudz, Ben Pollock, Junnan Wu, Renyan Xie, Xinlei Zhao, Xiaoyu Zhang
This is the third interim exhibition presented by MA Painting at Wimbledon College of Arts at the Lewisham Art House Project Space following ‘A Sharp Intake of Breath’ 2017 and ‘About Space’ 2016.
Please also join us for an MA Painting open studio event at Wimbledon to coincide with the BA/MFA Degree show private view on Thursday 14th June 6-9pm.
Lewisham Art House curates and helps organize contemporary art exhibitions and associated events. The Project Space offers a fantastic opportunity for artists, and curators to realise experimental works, and contribute to an engaging and ambitious programme.
Our hire fee to use the Project Space is amongst the most affordable in London. Please see our terms and conditions for full details. If you are a curator, artist or someone with an idea, please get in touch
*we are fully booked for 2018 and we will be reopening applications for 2019 later in the year*
Send your applications to:
140 Lewisham Way
London SE14 6PD