2015年05月29日

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Ritos de Transición exposición | Rites of Passage exhibition Valencia, Spain

Opening Friday 29th May - 8pm

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I am showing a new sculpture "Waste Whirlpool". If you happen to be in Valencia, do let me know! miyuki x
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Sporting Club Russafa Carlos Moreno Mínguez presents

Marta Balla | Russell Chater | Miyuki Kasahara | Calum F Kerr |
Josie McCoy | Rose Smith | Lex Thomas | Mimei Thompson | Clare Wilson


in
Rites of Passage
Curated by Josie McCoy and Russell Chater

30 May - 14 June 2015
Private view: Friday 29 May from 8pm - 10pm

Sporting Club Russafa
Calle Sevilla 5 bajo
46006 Valencia, Spain

www.sportingclubrussafa.com

Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 11am-5pm or by appointment.
Please contact josie@josiemccoy.co.uk for more information.

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2014年06月30日

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If you happen to be in Camberwell next 8 days?
My art installation "Settlement Trail (1884 – 2014)" for Lucky Dips, Camberwell Arts Festival is up!
It's about a social history of Britain. The exhibition is on during the Festival until 22 June. Hope you can make it. miyuki x

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Settlement Trail (1884 - 2014)

Art installation for Lucky Dip, Camberwell Arts Festival

Cambridge House Plinths
Cambridge House
1 Addington Square
London SE5 0HF

14 - 22 June
Open 24 hours daily

Settlement Trail (1884 - 2014) Miyuki is looking at the history of the settlement movement in UK. Cambridge House is one of the earliest settlement houses and still very active. Miyuki created an installation in the front garden space including the plinths. Each sculpture has the name of the settlement house and the location. It is mapped across the space including the settlement houses opened in the UK from 1884 to 1940. The work traces this history and their current locations showing that some are still active (the doorway will be open) and some no longer exist (the doorway will be closed).

Lucky Dip is an open art competition that takes place out in the open! 20 shortlisted artists have been randomly allocated a public space in Camberwell through a lucky dip process. Find out how they’ve transformed their allocated sites by following our Lucky Dip art trail through Camberwell.
Festival info: http://www.camberwellarts.org.uk/festival-2014/

Photograph by Calum F Kerr & myself

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