Transition Collective present a site specific art installation by Bruno Jamaica in one of five exhibition rooms @ SEVEN at Brixton, 4th November – 4th December.
Bruno Jamaica: Seven Islands
Our featured artist Bruno Jamaica works predominantly with high impact installation art, focussing on socio-political themes. For the launch of SEVEN’s exhibition space, he has chosen to create seven suspended islands in celebration of what it is be human. These are islands of necessities, desires and motivations, exploring the concept of the city, travel, interaction and the individual.
This is a time of transition.
Located within Brixton Market, SEVEN at Brixton is a new bar in an old suitcase store. What makes SEVEN unique is that London-based Liam Brown and Jonny Rushton have maintained the distressed 1930′s features and are turning over the upstairs rooms of the bar to local artists to curate their own space.
Find us @ Unit 7, Market Row, SW9 8LB – just off Electric Lane, off Coldharbour Lane.
Photography by Lee Pitman
Transition Collective (formerly TheUnconsciousCollective) is a rapidly expanding family of experimentation, collaboration and innovation. Created in November 2011 by artist/curator Yvette Blackwood, the collective have already generated a good voice and a strong energy, encouraging interaction across a broad range of artistic practices by emerging artists whose work is thought provoking, both visually and/or conceptually.
For more information please contact Yvette via email@example.com
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