Keeping afloat is an exhibition of drawings, animations and graphic designs made by artists from Spain and Argentina. The artists have developed new works specifically for Studio 75 exploring ideas around urban environments and site-specific installations using several media including pencil, digital prints, video and adhesive vinyl. Keeping afloat has been organised by Studio 75, Red Nomade, La Clínica Mundana and black duck.
Studio 75 is a working studio and an artist space, located on the ground floor of a block of flats in Haggerston, East London. It is the studio of film-makers Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Gillian McIver, photographer Lasse Johansson and painter Nazir Tanbouli, who have founded the studio as an artist-run space. Run by and for artists to produce, discuss and present their work., Studio 75 presents exhibitions, screenings and events.
La clínica mundana is an exhibition space located in Valencia, Spain conceived to exhibit works by emerging art creatives and researches through the experimentation and exchange of ideas to create a meeting place with a dynamic and compromised program connected with the actual reality and its context. In this sense we believe in the diffusion of art as an instrument to enrich the present cultural panorama in the city of Valencia.
RED NOMADE is an international cooperation project interested in the exchange of contemporary artists and intellectuals. The collective aim is to generate artistic, cultural and academic events in different cities in order to facilitate the meeting of visual artists, art critics, curators, writers and intellectuals.
black duck undertakes curatorial projects to promote the work of contemporary artists working in performance, installation, digital media and video to an international audience. Projects include participation in festivals, international exchanges, exhibitions and events.
Opening: 10th of June 2011 - 6pm to 9pm
Screening 11th of June at 7pm
10-11-12 of June 2011
75 Hebden Court,
E2 8, UK