11 – 20 July 2014
Private View: Thursday 10 July, 6-9pm
Proudly presenting a group exhibition of dynamic work by OVADA’s Warehouse Art School students. The exhibition is a culmination of the year long Continuing Practice course and includes work by:
Felicity Allbrooke | Liz Gascoigne | John Hazell | Usha Kar | Jacqueline McLaurin
Roger Pugh | Danielle Teper | Henry Uniacke | Sue Wharton
Working from a purpose built studio on the mezzanine of the OVADA Warehouse, over this academic year the students have worked on a number of set briefs including those set on a field trip to Berlin.
OVADA has two distinct spaces and the students have had the opportunity to use the space most suited to the work they are making. The Grey Area at the end of the Studio complex is an intimate atmospheric space as opposed to the large industrial space of the main Warehouse. In Making Space the students exhibit projects of their own devising, demonstrating a wide range of interests and an equally wide range of approaches. Some have made work in response to the space; others have explored ideas or concepts that have a personal significance for them. Some of the group have worked intuitively with a concern for process and materiality.
Open: Thursdays – Sundays, 11am-6pm
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