MiAL Independent Exhibition: Fake Nature
Made in Arts London ‘Fake Nature’
30th May – 1st June
Works in New Media, Moving Image, Performance & Installation
Saturday 11am – 11pm, Performances by Necole Schmitz and Mette Sterre +at 6pm and 5pm respectively
Point Zero Gallery
London N16 8JH
Marta Barina, Camberwell College of Arts
Katy Binks, Camberwell College of Arts
Camilla Brueton, Wimbledon College of Arts
Karen Davies, Chelsea College of Arts
Edgar-Walker, Chelsea College of Arts
Cadi Froehlich, Chelsea College of Arts
Mette Sterre, Central Saint Martins
Necole Schmitz, Chelsea College of Arts
Thursday 29th May 6-9pm SPV for invited guests only
An opportunity for invited guests to see the work, meet the artists and enjoy complimentary drinks. Necole Schmitz, recent graduate of Chelsea College of Arts, will perform a new piece ‘Murtos’ at 8pm, commissioned for ‘Fake Nature’ by Made in Arts London. Guests are asked to arrive in advance of this time.
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Saturday 31stMay Late Night Opening 10am – 11pm ‘Fake Nature’ open to the public and BrewDog will run a paid bar throughout the day and night.
5pm Mette Sterre’s ‘Structurealist’ performed by movement artist Alexandra Baybutt
Mette Sterre, current student of Central Saint Martins, considers the ‘de-identification’ of the human body; questioning the stigmatisation of difference and the social construction of identity by blurring the boundaries between the inanimate and the animate, nature and artifice, gender and object and subject. She does this by creating sculptural costumes, giving birth to new forms of living beings, working on the border of theatre and live art. Sterre performs internationally; her work has been shown at Art Rotterdam, Scope Art Basel, Kunsthalle Charlottenbourgh and the Hermitage in Amsterdam.
6pm Necole Schmitz, recent graduate of Chelsea College of Arts, performed her new performance piece ‘Murtos’, commissioned by Made in Arts London especially for ‘Fake Nature’.
‘Murtos’, reflects on the rites and remembrances surrounding grief and longing. Playing the part both of medium and phantasm, Schmitz attempts to publicly commemorate the ceremony her father undertook as a private sacrament of sorrow and affection following the passing of his mother. Schmitz’s work uses sculpture, installation and performance to explore ideas surrounding interactions between the artist and viewer in the context of the experiential use of space.
Shelly Asquith, President of the Students’ Union of UAL, Central Saint Martins graduate, worked with Hackney Silver Surfers for a special session at Fake Nature.
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