If you're in London from 21st June 2008, then visit our exhibition Divination III at the Brunswick Centre (Russell Sq/Warren St tube), which is the culminating exhibition in the Divination series. Many of the artists are graduates from the Slade School of Fine Art, Central St. Martin's and the Royal College of Art in London.
Some of the works from across the three exhibitions pictured below.
Hamra Abbas - Battle Scenes (2006)
Left: Adham Faramawy - Nut and Geb (2007) Middle: Adham Faramawy, A3LAA EL MA3ALY, 2007
Right:Millie Brown & Adham Faramawy - Vomit Window (2007)
Marenka Gabeler & Lucy Pawlak - Gabeler and Pawlak in Major City Exclusive (2007)
E.M.C. Collard, Zahnderzeitpasta 1, 2006 Loukia Alavanou, Chop Chop (Video Still), 2007
Ludovica Giosica, MOIRA, 2008 Momo Ando, HappyBirdsDay, 2006 Noa Edwards - Angel of Amundsen (2007)
DIVINATION (Part III)
Group exhibition at Brunswick Gallery, London
21 June - 28 June 2008
Divination is a traveling exhibition, which has so far taken place in Hamburg
and Paris, showing 20 international artists in each part of the series.
Working in a variety of media, the participating artists share an affinity with
a cryptic form of communication, which considers ‘seeing’ in a wider sense.
The series aims to explore the ritualistic and social character implied by the title, in
many ways parallel to the processes of cultural production and consumption.
The selection of work acknowledges notions of non-rational structures of
knowledge and experience: to quote Lewis Carroll "It‘s a poor sort of memory
that only works backward"
Marenka Gabeler and Lucy Pawlak
Lia Anna Hennig
Divination, by writer Martin Holman