Sun, 15 Jan|
OCA graduating student Dhama Thanigasapapathy's exhibition in London
Join Dhama & Programme Tutor Clare Wilson for a private view and artist talk.
Time & Location
15 Jan 2023, 13:00
London, 12 Mattock Ln, London W5 5BQ, UK
About the Event
As humans we are rightly anxious about the huge global impact of the pandemic and the pressing concerns of our own lives, but our time is a fraction of a blip in the earth’s 4.54 billion year history.
The title of the exhibition is a reference to the fact that climatic forces transform, dissolve and erase constructs over time and space. The ghostly remnants of the past linger as storms and seas encroach, time elapses, erosion occurs, human artefacts break down, natural objects are displaced, matter grows over the ruins of civilisations.
As climate change continues, a sharp reminder of the fragility of human life and the steady environment it needs to survive is brought into focus.
FREE ADMISSION: 12 to 31 Jan 2023 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm Mon to Sat 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Sun Questors Theatre Grapevine Bar, 12 Mattock Lane, London W5 5BQ.
Private view & Artist talk Sunday 15 January 1:00pm. Find out more about Dhama's work here https://www.dhamat.com/home