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Music of the Spheres Exhibition
13 June – 5 July 2015   //   Dilston Gallery

Music of the Spheres
Charlotte Jarvis with Dr. Nick Goldman and The Kreutzer Quartet

Preview:  Friday 12 June // 6:30-8:30pm Exhibition Open:  FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–5PM

Music of the Spheres uses new bioinformatics technology to store a new musical MP3 recording in DNA molecules. The DNA has been suspended in soap solution and used to create performances and installations filled with bubbles. The installation takes the form of

The Unexpected - Photography students at London South Bank University
15 May - 18 May 2014   //   Lake Gallery

Photography students // London South Bank University

Preview:  Thursday 15 May // 6-8pm. Exhibition Open:  Friday // Saturday // Sunday // 11am - 5pm

Digital Photography students at London South Bank University present their first group exhibition The Unexpected, offering individual interpretations around the ideas of the unforeseen, the eye opening, and the overlooked. The group has used both digital and film mediums, along with traditional

13 June-15 July 2012   //   Lake Gallery

Politics of Amnesia
Richard Ducker | Nooshin Farhid | Tim Head | Lee Holden | Mariele Neudecker | Lucy Reynolds

Preview:  Sunday 10 June // 3-5pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

A group exhibition curated by Fieldgate Gallery that looks at past trauma through the conduit of technology. The participating artists would probably not claim to be political in any overt way, at least in their work, but all look at the psyche

20 April-27 May 2012   //   Dilston Gallery

The End of Innocence
Mat Collishaw

Preview:  Thursday 19 April // 6-8pm Exhibition Open:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12–6PM

CGP London are proud to present the UK premiere of The End of Innocence by artist Mat Collishaw which will be will be projected on a monumental scale within the cavernous raw space of Dilston Grove. The End of Innocence presents a

11 June-18 July   //   Dilston Gallery

A series of six mini-residencies. Concept by Anne Bean

Preview:  Saturday 7 June 2011 // 12-6pm Exhibition Open:  SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 12-6PM

A series of six mini-residencies featuring Anne Bean, William Cobbing, David Cotterrell, Carl Von Weiler, Rachel Lowe and Bronwen Buckeridge. Click here to view the online video and book. WAKE (visible tracks of turbulence) interrogates materiality itself, as well as notions of

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