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18:30 28 October - 20:30 11 November 2015
UCL PAMELA |
Unit 1 Bush Industrial Estate
Station Road, Tufnell Park | London | N19 5UN | United Kingdom
Zoe Schoenherr, Leverhulme Trust artist-in-residence, UCL PAMELA, Zoe Schoenherr graduated from the Slade School of Art, UCL in 2012 after being awarded AHRC funding for her studies. Since graduating Schoenherr has been awarded and funded by British Council for QatarUK and The Leverhulme Trust for Artist-in-Residence at UCL. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally including: Katara - Qatar, The Foundry Gallery - London (Solo), APT Gallery - London and Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery - London. She has presented a number of artist talks, including: University of the Arts London, Biola University, LA, Katara, Qatar for QatarUK (British Council event), APT Gallery London (Arts Council funded) and University College London; and has recently been published in a British Council book.
Malleable Architecture, by sculptor and UCL PAMELA artist-in-residence Zoe Schoenherr, is an inquiry into the role of the moving body when constructing our perception of the built-environment and analyses architecture through movement. This exhibition is part of The Leverhulme Trust artist-in-residence award and includes a number of invited artists and collaborative partners.
Schoenherr will exhibit Zytek drawings and sonification soundtracks from collaboration with Dr Sara Adhitya and Kaajel Patel, along with a site-specific group exhibition called 'Induction Loop', located on a real and in service London Double Decker.
Opening night: 28th October, 6:30pm - 8:30pm please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org (4:30pm pre-opening for visitors with mobility issues) (N.B Induction Loop and the movement performance will take place on the opening night only)
Exhibition: 29th October – 11th November Thursdays – Saturdays, 11am – 4pm, no booking necessary
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