SELF/CONTROL : an exhibition brought to you by Co-Thinking About Future at Punctum Gallery

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SELF/CONTROL

OPENING : 28th June 2016 at 7.30pm

DATES : 28 June2 July 2016

VENUE : Punctum Gallery, Chelsea College of Arts, 16 John Islip St, London SW1P 4JU

EXHIBITING ARTISTS : Natalie Anastasiou, Mustafa Boga, Irini Folerou, Maria Luigia Gioffrè, Nicola Lorini, Lazeez Raimi, Juan Covelli Reyes, Ilia Rogatchvski, Lorraine Williams, Neale Willis

CURATED BY : Co-Thinking About Future curatorial team Alexandra Chernaya, Alessandra Di Lorenzo, Azzurra Pitruzzella and Benedetta Turlon

 

SELF/CONTROL is a collaborative exhibition that explores how technologies have affected the construction of the self, control over information and collective and individual memory making. It is a conversation between the immediate present, the long forgotten past and the impending future.

Collectively, we ask you the question: Are you in control?

The exhibition originated from Co-Thinking About Future, a project where four curators from different University of the Arts London courses met their peers from MA Fine Art, MA Photography, MA Sound Art and MA Animation to exchange ideas about the future of New Media in varying art practices.

A special thanks goes to the UAL Postgraduate Community who have made this exhibition possible by supporting the project.

SELF/CONTROL will run from the 28th of June until the 2nd of July in the Punctum Gallery in Chelsea, with an opening event on the 28th.

 

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Image credit (top of page): Mustafa Boga ‘Where do we go?’, performance video, 2016

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