We are a POC led space with a mission to bridge social and cultural gaps within the field of contemporary art, by working with and providing resources for under-represented artists. We operate across several sites in London, with our focused programme in Harlesden.



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OCEAN WRESTLER COWBOY BRUISE

To grow queer is to break off, unmoor, unlearn, re-learn, self-teach, self-know, self-grow and then self sow.... Will Ballantyne-Reid opens an exhibition that looks at his own self-education.

17 MAY 2019

Will Ballentyne-Reid




RESIST SCIENCE FICTION

Dasha Loyko questions all versions of certainty and so-called 'truth' via the literary trope of the unreliable narrator. Visitors to this exhibition will get to see a staged interview, a fake museum display and a chanting wormhole.
SEP - OCT 2019

Dasha Loyko





VIEWING ROOM

Two rooms on the upper floors of our Covent Garden space, with works repurposed to suit a site specific environment


AUGUST - OCTOBER 2019

Paul Abbott, Solita Allen, AVD, Johanna Flato, Bex Massey, Valerie Savchits

Curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight






DOMAIN ALPHA

Domain Alpha features a combination of web-based works and installations exploring persistent echoes of imperialism (particularly American) ingrained in contemporary notions of digital frontiers free for the taking.
JULY - AUGUST 2019

Johanna Flato




DREAM OF THE SHORE NEAR ANOTHER WORLD

New works by Avery Noyes

MAY - JULY 2019

Avery Noyes





PERFICTION

Perfiction serves as a portrait of human, queer, contemporary experience in all its raw complexities: one which serves as a call for resistance to the greed embodied by contemporary capitalism.

DECEMBER 2018 - FEBRUARY 2019

Roxman Gatt







RUMINATIONS OF THE MIDNIGHT STROLL

I too often forget which of my experiences are from dreams and which are from reality... Ruminations brings together works by international artists who explore the dynamics of desire and the imaginary through a variety of mediums and supports.



APRIL - AUGUST 2018

Miro Arva, Alyssa Davis, Nandi Loaf, Olga Polunin, Dominic Rabier and Ivy and Her Son





    

NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2017

Joe Cool, Thomas Hamen, Aycesu Duran, Lara Joy Evans and Valentin Rillet






HOTEL 419

Hotel 419 depicts a journey inspired by the complex issues surrounding the definition of success.An array of student and well-established artists gathered to compliment a hotel room, the whole functioning as a single piece, forming a dialogue between generations.


DECEMBER 2016 - JANUARY 2017

David Blandy, Marie-Aimee Fattouche, Ed Fornieles, Madeleine Pledge and Lauren Williamson