Dead Rubber- Private View

17 March 2016 - 17 March 2016

6pm- 9pm

Clipper House, Trinity Buoy Wharf


Artists Guy Oliver and Steven Gee, both graduates of UEL and more recently of the RCA, have invited three artists to join them in making and installing work for exhibition in the UEL Fine Art  Project Space at Trinity Buoy Wharf. The invited artists are Sarah Tynan and Tamsin Snow, also graduates of the RCA, and Jane Hayes, a graduate of City & Guilds School of Art. They have been working together on site for the last four weeks, devising new works to reflect the site, the space, and their dialogue. The works include installation, video, and painting. 

UEL Fine Art Project Space at Trinity Buoy Wharf
The Project Space is housed in Clipper House at Trinity Buoy Wharf, and hosts a programme of artist residencies, usually lasting three to four weeks, and culminating with an exhibition of new work. Invited artists have included UEL students, graduates, and artists either teaching at or associated with UEL. Since March 2015 there have been eleven residencies, with sixty one participating artists.

The Project Space is supported by the Trinity Buoy Wharf Trust and by the School of Arts and Digital Industries at UEL. The programme is curated by Pete Cobb, Principal Lecturer in Fine Art.

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