focusing on the small to make sense of the ungraspable
Taking inspiration from Jean-Luc Nancy’s The Sense of the World 1993, this collective exhibition investigates how our actions within the world create meaning. The internationally active artists, gathered together from Chile, England, Korea, Switzerland and The United States, offer diverse possibilities to cope with the loss that is happening in our shared quotidian. From global perspectives to personal experiences, they address “the end of the sense of the world” and look towards its potential for transformation.
11.00am – 6.00pm | Friday 28 – Sunday 30 June
49 Staffordshire Street, Peckham, London SE155TJ
Curators | Giulia Menegale | Alice-Anne Psaltis
Supported by Goldsmiths Alumni & Friends Fund and Open Form.
Opening | 6.30pm Friday 28 June
With performances by Nayoung Jeong and Teal Griffin.
Public program | 2.00pm Sunday 30 June
Take part in a collective reflection and making session with artists Cicilia Östholm & Alex Parry. More details coming soon.