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9th April, 2015

Aether

Event Details

Date:
9th April, 2015
Time:
Various
End Date:
12th April, 2015
Venue:
Embassy Tea Gallery, 195-205 Union Street, London, SE1 0LN

Aether is an exhibition themed on the subject of Earth as a fragile organism, and communicates how precious the phenomena of life is, in the entirety of time and space.

It brings together University of the Arts London alumni and staff who are exploring themes of space and cosmology within their work. The exhibition is inspired by The Overview Effect documentary by The Planetary Collective where astronauts report a shift in their perception after seeing the Earth surrounded by an expanse of black nothingness.

Exhibitors:
Louise Beer | Robert Bell | Jon Clair | Jared Davis | Sarah Fortais | Lauren Franklin | Jane Grisewood | Jaden Hastings | Melanie King | David Moore | Lara Morrell | Sophy Rickett

Exhibition co-curated by UAL alumni Melanie King and Louise Beer.

Events
Jupiter Viewing (part of the Private View): Wednesday 15 April, from 8.30pm
A short talk by Dr Michelle Lochner from UCL and telescope viewing of Jupiter with Paul Hill from the 9th floor balcony (weather dependant).
To book a place please visit the Aether Private View event page.

Aether Seminar: Friday 17 April, 1 – 4pm
In response to the exhibition the co-curators are hosting a seminar exploring the philosophical implications of cosmological research, considering perspectives from UAL artists and cosmologists from University College London. To find out more information and to book a place visit the Aether Seminar event page.

The Showroom is open to the public and free to visit with no booking required. For more information and opening times please visit the Showroom web page http://www.arts.ac.uk/about-ual/ual-showroom/


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