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Exhibition: It All Starts With a Dream, Scene

London Artform: combined arts, visual arts   Contact: Anna Hastings mail@sceneart.co.uk

    

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Scene are pleased to announce their August exhibition, ‘It all starts with a dream’ featuring works by emerging artists and designers: Electra Costa; Chiashan Lee; Kevin Wang and Nick O’Leary; Hollie Miller and Laura Bodo Lajber. Through a range of media, and through the cross-overs between various disciplines, the exhibition explores the very starting point of creativity.

This show is the first in a series of intimate exhibitions exploring new ways of curating art, architecture and design. Scene aims to draw the viewer in, to create something curious and inviting, promoting art, architecture and design as something to be enjoyed and inhabited.

‘It all starts with a dream’ explores dreaming as a creative tool - a catalyst - for productivity and problem solving. The works on show explore free flow of thoughts as a design method, and illustrate how daring to dream leads to final creative output.

The curation of the exhibition encourages the viewer to examine the idea of creative inspiration - through the exhibition itself and their own involvement - seeking understanding of design process.

Each exhibitor has answered the brief in differing ways, between them questioning: the idea of belonging; the fine line between fiction and reality; and creativity as escapism.

A programme of events exploring different takes on the theme will accompany the exhibition, adding to the discussion and encouraging the viewer to form their own interpretations. 

For more information, email mail@sceneart.co.uk - this is an RSVP only event at a secret location.


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