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Curated by Veronica Revuelta Garrido

Public Programme

PRIVATE VIEW Thursday 27th June 6-9pm 2024
Unit 3. Euston Tower. 286 Euston Road London NW1 3DP
Open 28th June – 3rd August 2024
Thursday – Sunday 12 – 6pm
Kindly supported by British Land

ABOUT THE SHOW:
The Climate Emergency is telling us to stop, to re-think and see our surroundings differently, to reconnect, to be grounded, to step forward, to take action. There is an opportunity to do this through a sensorial methodology applied to art where all the senses are involved at the same level and the body takes a new meaningful process through movement. “Movement equates to action.” That action that the Climate Change needs. The project explores this, the climate emergency and its dimensions and effects through movement/action challenging the way we look at art and engage with it with a site-specific exhibition where the audience engages with the art not only by looking at it but also by touching it, smelling it, listening to its surroundings. This action taking place will open different perspectives and conversations about climate emergency – how to create alternative opportunities to compel perspectives to reduce the fatal impact on this planet.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
This is a group exhibition showcasing emerging and professional artists across art forms: video, performance, ceramics, sculpture, and site-specific installation. Their social handles are, apart from mine: @created_poojangupta @ceramica_ekta @kate.shorey @copper_labor @gareth.c.jones @en_cara_amadas @jamie_pazmino

Community events:
-Movement and displacement (dancing) workshop by Encaramadas
-Workshop for the kids of the local community and families about climate emergency while exploring the exhibition through emotions while engaging within the space and the works.
-Public Forum: led by artists, activists, lecturers, and the local community; they will talk about the climate emergency from a community perspective (art+local community), and the different ways of improvement and prevention through creative opportunities.
-Workshop by Poojan Gupta: People would transform 3D discarded objects into 2D objects through creative approaches, followed by discussions over the ethics of objects when they get squashed on streets or in countless landfills.
-Artist talk: join us for a talk full of art and creative insights.
-Curator’s talk: about the creation of ‘I, Present’.

Contact Information
Email: [email protected]
Socials: @Theactivistcurator @created_poojangupta @ceramica_ekta @kate.shorey @copper_labor

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