Life in the Deep Blue: Creation out of Rawness

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Friday, 6 July 2018 to Thursday, 2 August 2018
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Friday, 6 July 2018 -
6:00pm to 9:00pm

Studio 73 is delighted to present Life in the Deep Blue: Creation out of Rawness, our summer group exhibition curated by Ivana D’Accico & Miranda Holms.

In May 2018 National Geographic launched an issue named Planet or Plastic, with a powerful cover featuring Jorge Gamboa’s digital illustration Iceberg Plastico which quickly became the symbol of plastic ocean pollution, a matter that is increasingly entering the mainstream view with a rising awareness towards the impact that our habits produce within the environment. 
Artists are not immune from this realisation, especially if we consider that they often sought inspiration from naturalistic elements as well as carried a message through their work.
With Life in the Deep Blue: Creation out of Rawness we aim to celebrate this lasting relationship between natural elements and artistic practice, with a special focus on marine aesthetic. Through a wide range of media – from digital illustration to glitch art, including sculpture and fabric print – we want to explore how nature is still a rich source of “raw material” for artists and how they celebrate it’s beauty. 

Artists: Alessandra De Costanzo, Robyn Maybank, Vera Genovese, Priscilla Watkins, Henrietta MacPhee, Julian Fischer, Rosco Brittin, Claire Rudkin, Anthony Peters, Jessica de Salis, Sonia Shomalzadeh, Russell Honeyman, Jo Holt, Craig Keenan

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73 Brixton Village 

Coldharbour Lane

SW9 8PS

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Life in the Deep Blue: Creation out of Rawness
07/06/2018 to 08/02/2018

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