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We have a stall at Norwood Feast on Sun 2nd June and we need some volunteers to help be on the stall in particular from 10am - 1pm. More details on our website. www.norwood.foodbank.org.uk
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MOVEMENT IN A STATIC SPACE
In collaboration with the 198 Gallery, students of BA CCC, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design are proud to present Movement in a Static Space. Bringing together a select range of London based artists, this exhibition hopes to heighten an awareness of one’s environment, explore the alterations of space over time and encourage personal contemplation of our surroundings.
The 198 Gallery has welcomed artists working across various medias, culminating a range of works varying from film based projections and 3D sculpture to fine art printed media. Artists include: Elena Colman, Eleanor Lines, Rachel Ridge, David Stupple and Caroline Underwood.
Please see the attached press release for further details or alternatively check out our website at https://sites.google.com/site/movementinastaticspace/home
Exhibition runs from 24th May- 8th June
Open Monday to Saturday, 11-5pm
198 Contemporary Arts & Learning,
194-198 Railton, Rd, London
Please join us for our Private View on Friday 24th May, 6.30-9pm
198 Contemporary Arts and Learning198 Railton Road SE24 OJT tel: +44(0)207 978 8309
- Prettiest Bitch
- Most Handsome Dog
- Cutest Puppy
- Golden Oldie
- Dog Most Like Its Owner
- Doggie Fancy Dress
- Dog's Got Talent
- Fancy Dress
The Restart Project encourages and empowers people to use their electronics longer. They hold pop-up events once a month in Brixton and in Camden, but also give talks including at universities and conduct workshops - including this weekend at the Sunday Market!
This is what they say about themselves and why they started out a year ago;
- Watching people discarding devices because they ran “slow”.
- Watching people upgrade by simply buying new phones every nine months.
- We started asking ourselves: have we become passive consumers of technology? Have we lost our “repair muscle mass”?
- What was troubling us more and more was not actually injustice and struggles of the “underdeveloped” places we worked in, but instead the attitudes and behaviours of people here back in our northern homes.
- We have worked cumulatively for 15 years in places where communications technology can make a massive difference – where simple mobile phones can often literally save lives in everyday situations. And we’ve seen that people relate with gadgets and technology in a completely different way in most of the places we worked – people have a greater sense of control and ownership over technology and a resilience in the face of problems. Everything is hackable and fixable.
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