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Art & Architecture Office

Reclaiming Space
Open_Studio I:
Camley Street

London EC1M 6EJ

70 Cowcross Street
Spring 2010

Kings Cross


Reclaiming Space: Camley Street, Kings Cross

Zoe Schoenherr, Nick Brown, Marina Chang, Ollie Palmer
Panel discussion chaired by SintaTantra
Thursday 29th April 2010
Site Visit 6:00pm Presentations & Discussion 7:00pm
Camley Street Natural Park, Camley Street London NW1
Art & Architecture will travel to Camley Street Nature Park to see the work of a
number of artists participating in the Reveal Festival. Join us for a guided tour of
the new works by Nick Brown and Zoe Schoenherr, accompanied by the artists.
Afterwards, we will return to the visitor centre and join the urban researcher
Marina Chang and architectural designer Ollie Palmer for a panel discussion.
Zoe Schoenherr is an artist who investigates strategies of site intervention, in the
context of public space. Zoe explores the social and psychological impact of the
designed environment, through work that blurs the traditional boundaries of
painting, sculpture and architecture.
Nick Brown's has a history of working in community-based, natural settings and
in the public realm. His central interest is the relationship between the artist and
the site and the production of work that engages the viewer with that site.
Marina Chang is coordinator of UCL Food Junctions, a festival within a festival
that brings together people from different disciplines and cultures and challenges
us to rethink our relationship with food (24th, 25th & 28th April + 1st-2nd May.)
Ollie Palmer is a multi disciplinary designer. He is director of Hoog Design and
collaborator with Open_Sailing. Ollie will present his current project Physical
Virus, an artwork that investigates of the social behavior of ants.
Sinta Tantra is an artist and independent curator. Sinta curated the Camley
Street Project in 2008: a sculpture by Nick Hornby, inspired by Disney’s Sleeping
Beauty castle. She is currently exhibiting at the Stanley Picker Gallery.
Entrance: £4 Members - £2 Students (includes a glass of wine)
Nearest Tube: Kings Cross
Advance booking: / tel 07950 933391

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