SPACE / LCN Showcase 2nd Edition

15 - 17 June 2017


SPACE / LCN Showcase
2nd edition
Opening: Thu 15 June, 6 – 9pm
Showcase: Fri 16 – Sat 17 Jun, 12 – 6pm
SPACE Mare Street

This second edition of the London Creative Network (LCN) Showcase illustrates how artists are continuously exploring new technologies and ideas to push contemporary art practice as a dynamic and engaged contribution to wider culture.

The event is an expansive presentation of new developments and works in progress, ranging from performative or collaborative pieces to interdisciplinary approaches, fusing fine art with craft and digital technology. This is accompanied by an artist-led programme, which includes specialist panel discussions, workshops and site-specific performances.

You can read the profiles of all participating artists here:

Alexa WrightAlexis Zelda StevensAntonio MarguetBen NathanBrigitte ParuselCecilia Sjoholm, Cleo BrodaEva LisGuy OliverHelen DixonHolly GramazioJMC HayesKatia PotapovaKristina PulejkovaLaura Moreton-GriffithsLouisa Bailey, Millie SchwierPandora VaughanQueenie ClarkeRob MullenderRosanna DeanSarah DeratSineid CoddSoa J. HwangWill ThorburnUte Decker

LCN Artist-Led Programme

Showcase After-Party
Thu 15 June, 9pm 
An After-Party inspired by Guy Oliver’s piece What Do You Have To Do To Get A Drink Around Here?
Publication Studio London
Thu 15 – Sat 17 June
A temporary Production Space with Louisa Bailey, where visitors will be able to choose from a menu of publications to be freshly made, on demand, while they wait
Thu 15 June, 8pm
Fri 16 June, 12pm
Sat 17 June, 4pm
Dance performance directed by Alexis Zelda Stevens and with collaborators Marta Polak, Francesco Migliaccio and Robyn Holder
Emblems for Now
Fri 16 June, 1 – 5pm
Book tickets
Banner Making Workshop with Appliqué led by Pandora Vaughan
The Truth Lies Within
Sat 17 June, 11am 
Book tickets
Talk with Nina Power and Dr. Victoria Browne, led by Laura Moreton-Griffiths

The LCN Programme facilitates artists to develop conceptual and technical aspects of their practice, alongside a tailored and practice-led programme. The programme and showcase illustrate SPACE’s long-standing commitment to provide personalised and career-specific support for artists in London.

London Creative Network is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.