Scene’s recent series of exhibitions explore the meaning of process to creative practice through user engagement, cross disciplinary collaboration and end product. It has been a platform for new work and workshops from designers, architects and artists.
People in Process
The first part of the series launched in March, titled “People in Process”, looks at how the artists bring people together and create communities. The show removed the impact of artistic control and allowed viewers to approach design with a different view. Throughout the exhibition, visitors are invited to take part in artist Christabel Balfour‘s collaborative weave, adding their part to the work which will be created during the duration of the show. Other artists in “People in Process” also included: Almudena Romero; Adam Blencowe and erect architecture.
Process in Work
“Process in Work” launching in April, is part two of the series and explores the working process of different creative disciplines. Through sculpture, installation, design & architecture, we examine where the creative process can lead, how it can dictate outcome, and the importance of the action itself relative to the completed piece. “Process in Work” features: Max Fordham R+I; Naty Lopez-Holguin; Sorsha Galvin; Studio Weave.
Process in Creativity
The third and final part, “Process in Creativity” is exhibiting at Dreamspace during Clerkenwell Design Week. It is the culmination of all the exploration and work which took place over the course of the series, with finished pieces by artists, research by designers, and collaborative work which took place with members of the public on display.
Artists and designers involved in the third part include: Adam Blencowe; Almudena Romero; Christabel Balfour; Max Fordham R+I; and Sorsha Galvin.
The artists will be giving informal presentations as part of the Clerkenwell Design Week Fringe events on Tuesday 24th May, when the gallery will be open late. Tickets for this event are available on Eventbrite.
Exhibition is open regularly from 16th to 31st May 2016, Monday to Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm
Contact: Anna Hastings by email [email protected] or 07581254430
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