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  • Art. Exhibition. Cast of my Shape. London

    10 - 12 Aug

    Cast of my Shape

    Pop up gallery


    19 Goulston Street
    E1 7TP

    London

    England


    OPEN DAILY FROM 11 TO 6PM PERFORMANCES HAPPENING ALL DAYS

    Opening: 10 Aug 2017, 18:00 - 21:00

    As a cast being remedial and supportive while constraining and suffocating, each artist will express how alternatively the perception of themselves influences or is influenced by their different casts: the tangible space of our own limited casted body and the material space in which it evolves.

    How does our fluctuating mental state affect our different casts' and self perceptions? What triggers a cast to mutate from a simple surrounding residue to a mind objectifying undergoing players?

    Challenging the groundings of our structural standardised environment, the artists will seek to dive into the fragile oscillating dialogue of objectification and empowerment.

    CAST OF MY SHAPE intends to reflect on the tension, dependant of perception, lying between the fluidity of ourselves and the rigidity of our surroundings.

    Marie Aimee Fattouche | marieaimeeart.com
    Kamilia Anna Harchi | kamiliaharchi.com
    Nazanin Moradi | nazanin.co.uk Lazeez Raimi | soundcloud.com/wraithinlimbo
    Sarah White | sarahadams.org.uk

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