Claustrophobia is a one day event with art and talks in the daytime, and bands in the evening, all in The Bussey Building in Peckham.
"The Nice Spread Collective present their first experiment in space this month with a one day exhibition/investigation/party focussed around the topic of claustrophilia.
Claustrophilia is defined as an abnormal desire for confinement in a small space; the desire to close windows, doors and drawers.
Come to see work which responds to these and other spatially sensitive urges and which asks questions about the way we interact with space in modern life.
Expect talks, performances, installations and artwork followed by an evening of music and dancing.
3pm exhibition opens
Featuring work from
Jessica Meek, Charlotte Brown, Vickie Fear, Rob Gallagher and Lawrence Horstman, Liam Herne, Chloe Mashiter, Julia Miranda, Izzy Parker, Heather Power, Jon Rowe, Necole Schmitz
Ed Attlee An introduction to agoraphobia,
Octavia Bright Spaces of Violence in Pedro Almodovar’s The Skin I Live In
Alex Widdowson Psychosis and Hospitalisation,
Andrea Vesentini The House of Anxiety; the frontiers of domestic inner space in suburban post-war America,
Ides ‘sounds like someone replaced her cheerios with valium’
Grasshouse ‘good time enthusiasts’
Djs and dancing until they make us go home . . . "
When - Saturday 2nd March, 3pm - 3am - Free before 9pm, £6 after that.
Link 1 - The Royal Court
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