Satellite Projects is a showcase of work created by three artist-led projects delivered over the past year with different communities in Hackney, Camden and Barking.
21st July - 12th August
Preview Wed 20 July
6 - 7pm: The Politics of Place
Writer Ken Worpole in conversation with Dr Toby Butler at 6pm, before the Satellite Projects preview starts at 7pm.
7 - 9pm: Preview continues
The Cut - Jessie Brennan, Chris Dorley-Brown and Daniel Lehan
An exploration of Hackney Wick Fish Island's canalside area beside the Olympic Park. Artists' responses to the area's history and changing landscape.
A publication, THE CUT, edited by Chris Dorley-Brown, containing archive material and new work by the three artists, will be launched on 20th July.
Arlington Portraits - Ania Dabrowska
Work made during the artist's residency at Arlington, a landmark homeless people's hostel in Camden. Includes the discovery of the Lebanese archive of Photographs 1890 - 1933.
You can also read Ania's blog here
After London - Juneau Projects
In the event of global technological meltdown, could you survive? Artists challenged students from The Warren Comprehensive and Barking Abbey School to come up with answers.
The Learning & Participation programme runs artist led projects that engage with people who live near SPACE artist studios. The two main strands are From School to Studio (local schools) and Artist as Neighbour (community).
Fiona Fieber, Head of Learning & Participation
020 8525 4330