The human race is advancing a digital brain quicker than our own in order to inspire and control.
The way we perceive the modern world is through a calibration between our brains and the digitally omniscient world.
We have access to an unlimited amount of knowledge at every moment, only if you have your ‘smart’ phone. It panics you to leave it behind, because with it, it makes you safer, clever and sometimes eve...
Incandescent Artists plays a key role in London’s creative and cultural landscape by promoting a wide range of artists through a series of pop-up events. We have made a positive choice in not owning an art space or gallery, we identify places that could be used in a creative way to help promote the artists and their work in a new location, offering a varied amount of people, from all walks of life, an opportuni...
United through a passion for snowboarding and art, Schoph and Kyle Maynerd are curating a show featuring work from some of the industry’s finest, most prolific shreds-turned-artists from both sides of the pond.
HMNNTR will provide all exhibitors with an international platform for their work.
2015 brings the two-stop tour which started in Seattle will be late...
Simply turn up and take advantage of our guided tours who can open doors to Bermondsey’s hidden gems, with informal talks by artists and curator’s, plus some exciting short art film screenings & performances.
Or feel free to navigate your own way around.
SATURDAY 11 JULY
Tour 1 @ 10.30am
Tour 2 @ 11.30am
Tanner & Co.
50 BERMONDSEY STREET SE1 3UD
The paintings in the exhibition MOMENTARY MONUMENTAL are all squares. The significance of the square (balance, stability, grounding, elemental structure) reflect the fact, that we can embrace the challenge, the complexity and the dynamic which are unfolded in my motives – which describes the meeting between the historically linear and the contemporary liquid room.
I am inspired by different interiors and locati...
Through her unorthodox technique Mette Rishøj incorporates real-live motifs such as trucks, factories and ships as part of her works as a reference to our concrete reality in a way that mirrors tribal art and cave paintings but she introduces chaotic elements with contemplative qualities as powerful reminders that our world is ever-changing.