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Curated by Ka Chun Chung

107 High Street, Sugar House Island, Stratford, E15 2RB

PV: Thursday, 23rd January, 6 – 9pm
Open: 24th January – 1st March 2025

This group is composed of six MFA students from Goldsmiths, including a local student, Ian Williamson and international students who are Jonah Hoffman and Taliesin
Gilkes-Bower from America, Xinyue Zhou and Saki from China, and Ka Chun Chung from Hong Kong.
Ka Chun Chung prominently works on painting, objects, and currently focus on atmospheric work, within these three years he has done more than ten exhibitions and participating in art fairs and residency. Ian Williamson participates in numerous exhibitions and screenings in the UK with his sculptures and videos. Jonah Hoffman is a professional painter researching about the issues derived from cobalt mining, while Taliesin Gilkes-Bower was a journalist, recently works with sound installation and found objects. Xinyue Zhou’s installation always delves into the issues of queerness and feminism. Saki frequently does performances and sculptures about feminism in different art spaces.

They aim to do a group exhibition to get more exposure so as to let the public and the gallerists, and curators know about their art practices. They just had the experience of collaborating in a group exhibition this month, they are looking for a large space like Sugar House Island for one month or more so that they can spend one to two weeks finishing the works in the space, and then hold an exhibition for three to four weeks to have more audience and the chance to communicate to the public, likely guided tours and artist sharing.

Public Programme

There will exhibition opening that we will try to reach out to both the public and people working in the art industry. One of their artists, Saki, usually does performance arts, therefore there will be several performance sessions opened to the public. Apart from that, they will arrange two guided tours followed by artist talks that invite people from various backgrounds to discuss the topics related to our art practices.

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Email: [email protected]
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