At SouthWestFest, ‘Collaborationem’ means ‘Let’s work together’ – an exhibition of Chelsea MA Fine Art at St Saviours, Pimlico

St Saviour’s Church, Pimlico celebrates their 150th anniversary in conjunction with SouthWestFest’s 10th Anniversary in a special exhibition of contemporary art from 12 students of the MA Fine Art programme at nearby Chelsea College of Arts. The dozen artists engage with this gem of Victorian architecture, filling the auditorium with new ideas where ‘Collaborationem’ is more than just working alongside one another; this group show is also about sharing, community and participation. From 3rd to 6th July 2014.

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St Saviour's Church, St George's Square, Pimlico. Image courtesy colinspics.orgSt Saviour’s Church, St George’s Square, Pimlico. Image courtesy colinspics.org

St Saviour’s Church, Pimlico celebrates their 150th anniversary in conjunction with SouthWestFest’s 10th Anniversary in a special exhibition of contemporary art from students of the MA Fine Art programme at nearby Chelsea College of Arts. 12 artists engage with this gem of Victorian architecture, filling the auditorium with new ideas where ‘Collaborationem’ is more than just working alongside one another; this group show is also about sharing, community and participation. From 3rd to 6th July 2014.

‘Collaborationem’

Through performance, installation and film work along with the more traditional mediums of sculpture, paintings and photography, 12 makers place art directly within the heart of the building, in a variety of creative expressions that offer insights into identity, ritual and memory.

Not only a place of worship and prayer, churches also serve as significant and meaningful community spaces; visitors to St Saviour’s for SouthWestFest and ‘Collaborationem’ are invited to observe, discuss, participate or simply engage in personal…

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