ROOM 6.3, DEAR LONDON
We are proud to present our third Room 6.3, DEAR LONDON, where we celebrate the empty, forgotten buildings in London and imagine a new use for them, a new relation between people and space, where humanity is at heart.
Part of ROOM6.3, DEAR LONDON
1-3 March 2018
Recreational, a group show, centres around sites of work and play in the city- what defines & differentiates these, & what happens when roles are reversed or boundaries blurred. People lay their claim over spaces- played out in our parks, underneath bridges carrying cross city commuters, by canal- sides, and in glass ghost-towns. Interventions come from "above" - hostile architecture and deterrents, but also "below"- people making what they want, what they need and what they can.
The show brings together works linked to ideas of (but not limited to) control over our environments, situationist methods of exploring place, the idea of "the right to the city" and personal or imagined experiences. Including poetry, projection, sound, sculpture, performance and painting, "recreational" will take place across 3 days, 1st-3rd of March 2018.
Part of ROOM6.3, DEAR LONDON
PV | Thursday 8th of March , 6-9pm
Exhibition Open | 9-18 March 2018, Friday-Sunday, 2-6pm
Artists talk & performance | Wednesday 21st of March, 6-9pm
As part of ROOM 6.3 / Dear London (November 2017-May 2018), hARTslane is presenting New Narratives, where we celebrate the empty, forgotten buildings in London and imagine a new use for them, a new relation between people and space, where humanity is at heart.
The show brings together architects, designers and artists who are invited to present projects and ideas where empty unusual spaces are reconfigured and used for social rather than economic benefit.
Rachael Bowyer | Kevin Brennan | Cedric Christie, Benedict Philpott,
Byony Bridge (flute) & Peter Paul Nash | Guy Forrester & Sven Mündner | Nayan Kulkarni | Maria Lothe | Pat Meagher | Louise Melchior, Carolyn Clewer, Tiphaine de Lussy | Kate Murdoch | Marta Nowicka & Voytek Ketz |
Ethan Pettit | Fred Rigby | Margit Sbicca Mulder | Sigrun Sverrisdottir
Lucy Tauber | Jonathan Tuckey | Anna Versteeg & Naomi Shaw
BAGS OF LOVE
Community Art Project
Children from Lewisham explore their local community creating connections through acts of kindness and exchange, finding and sharing common ground.
This project will support children through a programme of internet awareness workshops. This will enhance community relationships in addition to improving levels of self-esteem and emotional wellbeing.
A community art project by hARTslane in collaboration with:
St Mungo's Charity for Homeless People
999 Club, Deptford
Greenhive Carehome, Peckham
Syrian Vulnerable People Resettlement Scheme (Lewisham Council)
SHP Single Homeless Project
Childeric Primary School, Lewisham
Hatcham Temple Grove Primary School, Lewisham
SIGNAL, Autism in Lewisham
Telegraph Hill Festival
Kindly supported by The Big Lottery Fund