Monday 30 April – Tuesday 01 May
Private View - Monday 30 April, 6-9.30pm
Safehouse, 139 Copeland Road, Peckham, London, SE15 3SN
‘Efflorescence’ group exhibition presents recent work by current Goldsmiths MFA Fine Art students Liz Calvi, Anna Garrett, Camilla Hanney, Kaley Kronenberger and Svetlana Ochkovskaya, installed in the formerly derelict Safehouse, Peckham. Merging installation, sculpture, photography and mixed media, the artists subtly seduce, abject and transform, all sharing interest in the feminine ‘other’.
Works teeter between permanent and ephemeral, situating themselves in the grey area between these two tensions. The artists embody the notion of the trace, unfolding lost narratives and fragments of time through a visual language of associations.
'Efflorescence’ asserts the inevitable residue that remains long after the occurrence of an event or experience; touching upon fragile boundaries of real and imaginary, human and non-human, desire and disgust.
The show will open Monday 30 April, 6-9:30pm,
Tuesday 01 May, 11am-5pm.