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Trellis

The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park

29 April - 8 April

This exhibition showcases new, collaborative art work. Six installations have been created by teams of artists, researchers and east London community organisations who have been work together over the past year.

Produced by UCL Culture and UCL East, Trellis is a programme of knowledge exchange and exploration, supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and curated by Rosie Murdoch.

Featured works:
Tailor-Made – Kassandra Lauren Gordon and Ayse Akarca
Material Design Meets AI – Ella Bulley and Amy Widdicombe
Patterns of Connection – Marysa Dowling and Catherine Perrodin and Liam Browne
Another Provision – Johann Arens and Hanna Baumann
Bubble Worlds – Duncan Paterson (brother_Sjur) and Azadeh Shariati and Helge Wurdemann
Material Conversations – Caroline Wright and Tim Adlam, Maryam Bandukda, Youngjun Cho and Ben Oldfrey

There will be an accompanying programme of workshops and events. Find further details at www.towerhamletsarts.org.uk/?cid=74314

Find out more about Trellis and related events programme on the UCL website – www.ucl.ac.uk/trellis

Clinton Road, E3 4QY


Late Opening with Curator Tour:

05/05/2022

6pm – 9pm

Join curator Rosie Murdoch for a guided visit of this exhibition of art works co-created by artist and UCL researchers with east London communities. Rosie will share insights into the creation process and how the collaborations worked together to explore the research areas. Artist and material designer Ella Bulley will also be in the gallery to talk about her artwork.

karen.hubbard@towerhamlets.gov.uk


Getting to: The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park

They are a 4 minute walk from Mile End station.

Buses: The 25, 277, D6 and D7  stop close by at Mile End station.

Please contact Transport for London for detailed travel advice tfl.gov.uk.

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