16th September, 2021 / 11:00 - 12:00
13th July, 2015
Relational Geographies brings together emerging and established UAL artists whose work explores relationships between measurement, movement, distance, and time.
Drawing on Brandon LaBelle’s definition of sound as creating ‘a relational geography that is most often emotional, contentious, fluid, and which stimulates a form of knowledge that moves in and out of the body’ (Acoustic Territories: Sound Culture & Everyday Life, 2010), the exhibition takes the visitor on an intimate and poetic journey through inner and outer spaces.
Ultimately it becomes a space where to rethink and understand the relationship between us and our environment.
Curated by Camilla Palestra.
Lucie Beauvert, Layla Curtis, Karel Doing, Sylvia Law, Susan Leen, Hanae Utamura
Vice Versa, live installation by Lucie Beauvert (part of the Private View): Thursday 16 July, from 7pm. To book a place please visit the Relational Geographies Private View event page.
Design your places: Wednesday 22 September, 6 – 8pm
Join Zoe Norton in a creative workshop to transform the memories and dreams of your favourite and most precious places into a wonderfully bold digital collage for printing. To find out more information and to book a place visit the Design your places event page.
Relational Geographies Walk: Saturday 10 October, 11am
Chris Sams will lead on a walk project in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park inviting artists, photographers and general public to join, trace, record and interact. To find out more information and to book a place visit the Relational Geographies Walk event page.
The Showroom is open to the public and free to visit with no booking required. For more information and opening times please visit the Showroom web page.