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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

(EX)CITED

Anonymous said...

"Drawing upon polynational understandings of the home, W I T H ( 0 U T ) explores the ambivalent relationship between the interior and the exterior that plays out over issues such as identity, borders and migration, belonging and longing, the tensions of the within and without"

So, this seems like a robust response to define the perceptive boundaries of Ladywell and Brockley, as opposed to the actual boundaries, of course - good luck to them!

Anonymous said...

Any address for the gallery?

Anonymous said...

address? thats a bit pedantic isn't it? This is art - no boundaries!

Anonymous said...

That is exactly how I describe my home to new friends. Trouble is they soon become ex new friends. Why does every description of an art exhibition have to replicate a pretentious MA dissertation?

Anonymous said...

If you Google it Brockspace has a website but you have to contact them to ask for the address and opening hours. Apparently it's a "residential home, exhibition and project space, salon and guesthouse for artists" somewhere in the conservation area "beside the hilltop park".

Anonymous said...

If you Google it Brockspace has a website but you have to contact them to ask for the address and opening hours. Apparently it's a "residential home, exhibition and project space, salon and guesthouse for artists" somewhere in the conservation area "beside the hilltop park".

Anonymous said...

The conservation 'next to a hilltop park' could be Ladywell or Telegraph Hill - there isn't a hilltop park in Brockley (unless one of the roads forming the boundary of the lower part of Hilly Fields)

so it should probably be called LadySpace or TeleSpace - both equally acceptable names

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