Interview With The Vampire This is the story of Louis, as told in his own words, of his journey through mortal and immortal life. Louis recounts how he became a vampire at the hands of the radiant and sinister Lestat and how he became indoctrinated, unwillingly, into the vampire way of life.
In the face of looming climate change, predicted increase of urban population density and The Anthropocene, the work is motivated by urgency and deep concern of loss of community spaces and opportunities to connect and flow freely through living space as our own.
This loss, the depletion of woodlands, ancient forests, city parks, and inextricably interwoven wild life, plants and species, links together here to critically question "Who we are and where we are going? Explorations of participative reconnections, potential human empathy for life forms beyond our own kind in the presence of the otherness of trees, their language and intelligence, are investigated in a rich tapestry of materials and processes, of textiles, photographs, videos, ceramics, silent walks, carvings and writings.
Engendering deformatting in a 'keen eyed re-sensitised childlike curiosity zone,' focus is on phycological shift and decolonizing our relationship to nature. Recognising connections through archives and libraries, books and paper, and nurturing of growth and fruition.
Opportunity is offered here to hand write, display and share tree 'stories'; any personal thoughts about trees. The Arts Territory Exchange works with artists in remote locations across the world, pairing them in creative correspondences and organising exhibitions and events.
The current archive tour is curated by Art Language Location and consists of various artist's books, images and artefacts, an index box containing documentation from artist exchanges and views from artists' home or studio windows, also a soundwork entitled Fictional Territories created by two collaborating artists Didi Hock in Germany and Kim Goldsmith in Australia.
This exhibition showcases a series of portraits created from life by visual artist, Anupa Sahdev. The artworks emphasise a perceptual response to their respective subjects, allowing space for the sensations and subliminal connections.
Anupa embraces the uncertainty that prevails during the creative process and avoids a conscious formulaic method, in order to asymptote towards a connective stillness; working from the same model thus never results in the same outcome.
Anupa is inspired by the philosophical ideas of John Keats, as well as the paintings and drawings of Modigliani, Rembrandt and Vincent van Gogh. The main medium in the show is pastels that the artist feels allows for subliminal explorations and ethereal evocations through chromatic interactions.
The exhibition will close at 3pm on Saturday 8 December.
Space hire Interested in hiring the exhibition space on the first floor of Westminster Reference Library? For further information, including the full terms and conditions of hire please contact the library There is no wheelchair, lift or ramp access to this building.
Although very different mediums, the same amount of passion has gone into each and is a representation of the diversity and talent, that not only exists within WAES but Westminster itself as a multi-cultural community, and is a blueprint for such, as people harmoniously co-exist together, just like the artworks within this exhibition.
An exhibition of paintings by artist Debbie Ayles that explores London above and below ground. An exhibition of recent work by Duart Bel Silva. The artist's intention is to develop a painted object that will communicate a visual equivalence of the initial sensation. To recreate it as a pictorial reality.
Also exhibited are smaller works, relating to the wild fires in Portugaland a series of linear abstractions called Small Sounds. Helen was influenced by Asian culture and history from a very young age, which later became an inspiration for her photography career.
In this exhibition, she portrays the 3 main cultures of Japan, China and Korea using her modern interpretation of traditional garments which she made herself from scratch alongside all the props and decorations.
Nicola Wills is a London-based artist who produces a wide variety of abstract art ranging mostly in oils and other media such as pastels, acrylics and watercolour.
This exhibition is a visual representation of the colour, melodic and harmonic structure which is encoded in all kinds of musical pieces of work essential for evoking emotion and expression in the human soul.
An exhibition of recent monoprints by London-based experimental printmaker, Lucy Smith. Lucy works with tactile natural materials and alternative processes, allowing variations in the materials and printing process to suggest how each unique print develops.
These recent prints were all produced this year using leather. Their work covers a wide range of techniques from traditional lead pieces to contemporary integrated multi-dimensional work with reclaimed components.
The show is a reflection of ideas and inspiration personal to the students and their passion for working with a medium which reflects light, colour and life. The techniques shown include, lead work, enamel, slump work, layering, fusing, casting, copper foil and an amalgamation of these methods.
Lee Simmons exhibition Saturday 9 to Friday 15 December Documentation from her previous birthday projects will be exhibited in the space before and after the launch. The collection of images will be launched on 3 occasions.
Further launches will be held at other locations while the library is closed. Exhibition about censorship and repression of cartoonists around the world, Quartet - paintings by Noela Bewry Monday 6 to Saturday 18 November Noela Bewry is an abstract painter whose working process focuses on discovery and improvisation as a means of creating abstract content in paintings on canvas.
She began her career as a figurative, landscape painter and has moved into abstract work during the last 10 years.
Noela takes part in the Brancaster Chronicles, which are filmed discussions and critiques, posted online, of a group of abstract sculptors and painters.
Visit Wendy Elia's website for more information and to see details of the show's opening event and talk with the artist. The paintings in Voice aim to record fast-flowing narratives. This exhibition by Sohrab Crews, his second solo show at Westminster Reference Library, presents a selection of film prints chosen from several hundred photographic works made between andwith the collective title, Dream Syrup.
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