An exhibition of paintings by Jeffrey Cortland Jones and Tom Wilmott
Saturday 9th December 2017
3.30 – 6pm
6th – 10th December 2017
Open Wednesday to Sunday 12-6 pm
Urban Photo Village @UrbanPhotoFest – Cartographies
UrbanPhotoFest will take place from 10-15 November 2017 and the theme is Cartographies. The festival aims to provide an engaging and culturally relevant programme that reflects on visual approaches to contemporary urban life and the image of the city. The programme of events includes the Urban Encounters conference, exhibitions, seminars, workshops, urban walks and portfolio reviews; all of which are overseen by a steering group of lens-media artists and urban researchers. The festival collaborates with a number of international arts and academic institutions, established and emerging artists, urban theorists and researchers. Together their work addresses critical urbanism within its varied and diverse forms, and explores how photography plays an important role in opening up debates about urban change, voice and the condition of the city.
10-15 November 2017
Open daily 12–6pm
Private view: Monday 13 November 2017, 6-9pm
10-13 January 2018
MA Fine Art Students at UCA Farnham
Deborah Davies (Dd) * Chris Horner * Bianca Hendicott *
Mirta Imperatori * Nerys Joseph
Open 10 – 13 January, 12 – 6pm | Private view Friday 12 Jan, 6 – 9pm
Lewisham Arthouse, 140 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6PD
The distinction within this group of artists is apparent. With their varying subject matter and methodologies, this show makes for an exciting exhibition, rich with ideas and concepts. The exhibition incorporates a diversity of multidisciplinary artwork. An array of mediums is combined, including photography, sculpture and installation.
Deborah Davies (Dd)
Dd’s work is a mixture of art and technology. Fascinated by conversation and feedback loops she combines electronics with textiles, wood and LEDs producing work that is both interactive and participatory.
Chris Horner graduated with a BA Honours in Fine Art from the UCA 2012 and is currently studying for his Masters in Fine Art. His work has been exhibited broadly most notably in May 2017 at the HLS Gallery for an International art show, and in September 2017 and an international arts festival in Venice, Italy.
Bianca Hendicott explores conceptual platforms such as the sublime and the digital aura through iPhone, film, software, fabric and installation. The work explores how light can be such a ‘body’ that affects the soul metaphysically.
This work reclaims experiencing the world through taking photographs. In an age where humans are pushed to be constantly connected through digital media, we are not experiencing the world directly any longer. Imperatori is concerned how we are more isolated than we have ever been.
Nerys Joseph is revisiting a place filled with memories as a photographic artist and documents what she sees. Curiously still, this is a place that has barely changed in four decades and is somewhat frozen in time: like a living photograph, breathing you in and exhaling you out.
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
Send your applications to:
140 Lewisham Way
London SE14 6PD