VITRINE and Kino Digital are delighted to present the second in a new series of screenings hosted by Kino Digital on Bermondsey Square. This series of screenings will be exploring how our changing relationship to an unclear present opens up speculative imaginaries in which to explore uncertain futures.
VITRINE presents the first solo exhibition of Brussels-based artist Kato Six in the UK. Embracing the tableau-like quality of VITRINE, Six interrogates materiality and immateriality, three-dimensional and two-dimensional, presence and absence.
VITRINE is delighted to present a solo exhibition of work by Tim Etchells. Taking cues from its position in a busy public square, Etchells fills VITRINE’s space with a 12 metre-long neon piece that reads ‘For everything that is shown something is hidden’.
To mark the second stage of SCULPTURE AT Bermondsey Square, VITRINE and Contemporary Arts Society will be hosting an afternoon of presentations, talks and panel discussions on the theme of art in public space and temporary public commissions.
VITRINE is delighted to present ‘Docile Bodies’, a group exhibition featuring Benjamin Edwin Slinger, Georgia Lucas-Going, Hardeep Pandhal, Jesse Darling, Liv Preston, and Sam Blackwood, exploring the theory of Panopticism in relation to VITRINEs unique exhibition conditions: the ability to be viewed 24/7.
VITRINE director Alys Williams talks to artists Hanae Wilkes and Edit Oderbolz about their current shows in Bermondsey Square.
VITRINE London presents a new body of work by London based artist Hanae Wilke. Informed by her surroundings and starting with an observation, Wilke constructs sculptures and installations from industrial materials such as metal, pipes, brackets, fibreglass and resin.
Oderbolz has developed a new work for Bermondsey Square’s temporary public sculpture commission SCULPTURE AT. The work draws from the various uses the Square has during the week.
Alfie Strong’s solo exhibition, ‘Beyond the Pylon of the Pit’ runs until 2nd April 2018.
THE ONLYES POWER IS NO POWER is Wil Murray’s is a new large-scale print series exploring transformative mechanisms within the photographic process. The exhibition is an experimental installation in itself that uses the sun to further transform the works; the vitrine space acting as a large-scale camera.