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Cafe Gallery

POLITICS OF AMNESIA II

20 May - 21 Jun 2015

A group exhibition curated by Fieldgate Gallery that looks at past trauma through the conduit of technology.

George Barber | Amanda Beech | David Cotterrell | John Gerrard | Gibson/Martelli | Matthew Noel-Tod | Derek Ogbourne | Nonny de la Pena

20 May - 21 June, Wednesday – Sunday from 11am – 5pm.
Preview: Sunday, 17 May from 3 – 5pm

 
 
 

Dilston Grove

Between Thought and Space

8 May - 7 Jun 2015

Between Thought and Space

Miraj Ahmed | Isha Bøhling | Kelly Chorpening | Pierre D'Avoine | Shin Egashira | Matt Franks | Issam Kourbaj | Jeffrey T Y Lee | Theo Lorenz | Ian Monroe | Foster Spragge | Tony Thatcher and Research Associate: Sophie Read

8 May – 7 June, Friday – Sunday from 11am – 5pm.
Preview: Thursday, 7 May from 6:30-8:30pm.

Music of the Spheres

12 Jun - 5 Jul 2015

Music of the Spheres

Charlotte Jarvis with Dr. Nick Goldman and The Kreutzer Quartet.

13 June – 5 July 2015, Friday – Sunday from 11am – 5pm.
Preview: Friday, 12 June from 6:30-8:30pm with live performance.

Music of the Spheres utilises new bioinformatics technology developed by Dr. Nick Goldman to encode a new musical recording by the Kreutzer Quartet into DNA.

Welcome

CGP London manages Cafe Gallery and Dilston Grove in Southwark Park, Bermondsey, London SE16. Southwark Park is approximately 7 minutes walk from Canada Water station which is on the Jubilee and Overground (Highbury & Islington to Croydon) Lines. Buses travelling to Canada Water: 1, 47, 188, 199, 225, 381, 395, P12, C10

Artist patrons: Ackroyd & Harvey, Andrew Kφtting, Mike Nelson, Cornelia Parker, Iain Sinclair, Richard Wentworth, Richard Wilson. Patrons: Breckman & Company, Paul and Louise Cooke, Lord and Lady Stevenson.

CGP London is an Arts Council England National Portfolio organisation.





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