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A30 at No 20

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Friday, 24 June 2022 to Saturday, 2 July 2022
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Thursday, 23 June 2022 - 7:00pm

FALMOUTH STATEMENT

Change of coordinates, new paths, and glue. 

A30 is a group show by the graduating BA Fine Art class of ‘22. The exhibition aims to collate the global body of work achieved and built on throughout the three years of study. 

Individual themes are disparate, expanding and contrasting but the show aims to re-write these non-homogamous narratives into a single vision. The space will therefore zoom into the unintentional overlaps of the year group; how work creeps together and where themes meet. The sticky substance that binds two different objects: the glue. 

The exhibition will also dissect narratives of geographic displacement as the work travels from its original birthplace to new spaces, breathing in other contexts and meanings. 

Individual themes may be divergent but the exhibition will be singular. A single choir consisting of a multitude of voices, themes and practices. 

The artists featured are Kiki Birtles, Alec Boxall, Sophie Butler, Darcy Chapple, Julia Crane, Kirsty Deakin, Izzy Eastick, Abi Edwards, Alda Gerchi, Naomi Hadfield, Anna Harris, Poppy Henderson, Sani Hussain, Leigh Jacobs, Amelia Johnson, Darem Kadirogullari, Izzy Lawrence, Sophie Leapman, Lily Luck, Ben Moncaster, Emily Ní Laibheartaigh, Emma Pearson, Emilija Pliaukštaitė, Hannah Purshouse, Willow Ramburran, Victoria Marjorie Pearl Rendell, Francisco Rodrigues, Jessie Taylor, Silvija Vaitiekūnaitė, Paige Warrington, and Kieran Welford.

 STATEMENT

Change of coordinates, new paths, and glue. 

A30 is a group show by the graduating BA Fine Art class of ‘22. The exhibition aims to collate the global body of work achieved and built on throughout the three years of study. 

Individual themes are disparate, expanding and contrasting but the show aims to re-write these non-homogamous narratives into a single vision. The space will therefore zoom into the unintentional overlaps of the year group; how work creeps together and where themes meet. The sticky substance that binds two different objects: the glue. 

The exhibition will also dissect narratives of geographic displacement as the work travels from its original birthplace to new spaces, breathing in other contexts and meanings. 

Individual themes may be divergent but the exhibition will be singular. A single choir consisting of a multitude of voices, themes and practices. 

The artists featured are Kiki Birtles, Alec Boxall, Sophie Butler, Darcy Chapple, Julia Crane, Kirsty Deakin, Izzy Eastick, Abi Edwards, Alda Gerchi, Naomi Hadfield, Anna Harris, Poppy Henderson, Sani Hussain, Leigh Jacobs, Amelia Johnson, Darem Kadirogullari, Izzy Lawrence, Sophie Leapman, Lily Luck, Ben Moncaster, Emily Ní Laibheartaigh, Emma Pearson, Emilija Pliaukštaitė, Hannah Purshouse, Willow Ramburran, Victoria Marjorie Pearl Rendell, Francisco Rodrigues, Jessie Taylor, Silvija Vaitiekūnaitė, Paige Warrington, and Kieran Welford.

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+44 (0)207 226 9083
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20 cross street

N1 2BG

London

No 20 , London

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