Our Featured Projects.
28th January-8th February 2020
Anteros Arts Foundation
In the depths of winter what emanates from within? What concepts emerge from the darkness formed and reformed?
The exhibition taking place in the historically coldest time of the year explores emergent concepts, showcasing works by contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums from painting and drawing to sculpture and new media.
What do we consume and what are we consumed by? The exhibition explores this question and the possibilities it raises within the context of contemporary culture and human psychology. Featuring artworks in a variety of media from painting and sculpture to performance and video art and showcasing both emerging and established artists‘Consume’ delves into both our role as consumers of anything from art to product to vice, and our role as active participants in contemporary society and the effect it has on our psyche. At which point does consumption turn into obsession? When do we cease being consumers and fall victim to our desires and fears? And what of the symbiotic relationship between us and our enablers? The exhibition examines the above ideas and includes avenues of exploration such as our complex relationships with information and communication technology, indulgence in the carnal pleasures for example food and sex, and our propensity for obsessive thought
6th-9th September 2018
Nunns Yard Gallery
23d August- 1st September 2017
St Margarets - Church of Art
New Bohemian Agenda poses the question of what Bohemianism means today and comprises of visual, audio, written and performance works by artists from Norwich, Cambridge and London.
Em-Re-Un proposes that Bohemianism stands for a particular set of values and ideas as relevant to contemporary society and artistic community as ever before. Presenting New Bohemian Agenda as a counter-culture to prevalent ideologies that prioritise consumerism over creativity, ego over community and fashion over authenticity, the exhibition aims to facilitate a dialogue examining contemporary manifestations and possibilities of bohemianism as well as its potential to empower artists and audiences alike