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The Kitchen Window Gallery

London Artform: visual arts   Contact: Daniel Lehan



The third show at The Kitchen Window Gallery opens on Sunday 27 July with Kitchen Obscura by Québec artist Josée Dubeau from 2.00 to 4.00pm.

‘ How do we relate to architecture and how does it relate to us ? The relationship between human activities and the organization of space seems to be one of cohabitation. I am interested in the way space is inhabited and how it inhabits us. To understand how architecture organizes space according to concepts is an indication of how we conceptualize our activities and how it influences our behaviour.

For the gallery I have created a site specific work, with the kitchen becoming a space of inclusion and transparency. ’

Josée Dubeau - July 2014

The Kitchen Window Gallery is located in the window of a kitchen in South East London at 66 Juniper House (3rd Floor), Pomeroy Street, New Cross, London SE14 5BY.

Tea and cake will be served at the opening.

Following the opening, the work is viewable from the public balcony running outside the flat until 25 July 2014.



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