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Harlesden Safari Shop Vol. 1:
Where Do We Go From Here?
3rd Floor
23/24 Margaret Street
London
W1W 8RU

Opening 25th July 2020 3-8pm
The exhibition will be open until the 10th of October Wednesday-Saturday 12-6pm
In accordance to safety guidelines, we are making the space accessible for 10 persons at a time per 30 minutes, book your slot here

Featuring:
Emmanuel Awuni, Clémentine Bedos, Ibiye Camp, Farrah Riley Gray and Randa Asma Osman

Project manager:
Linda Mognato

Harlesden Safari Shop Vol 1: Where Do We Go From Here? is an exhibition of an ongoing discussion, exploring the engagement of art away from institutional values and framework. Through this collaborative process, Harlesden Safari Shop symbolises a space in which complex conversation can occur. This exhibition makes use of the transformative nature of an art space, redefining public interaction with art, encouraging new audiences to participate and explore new forms of artistic practice.

We have been trying to explore how to present & question access to art and the importance of culture in our everyday life.
As part of the invite we would like you to participate in our short anonymous survey.

Click here for our survey

This exhibition will take place in one of our Fitzrovia sites:
3rd Floor, 23-24 Margaret Street
London, W1W 8RU

Nearest tube station: Oxford Circus Station

Open Wednesday – Saturday, 12PM – 6PM (only by appointment. Please use this link to book in advance)


Safety Measures:
Our first priority will be to make sure we are keeping visitors safe. Access will be made via this link only. Please book to ensure access, we cannot accept more than 10 visitors per 30 minute sessions to maintain that we keep in measure with government guidelines

Accessibility:
Step free route available via lift to exhibition space.
Lift measurements: entrance 65inch (inside dimensions : 121 x 94 inch)

There are no wheelchair accessible toilets in the building. The nearest accessible toilets can be found at the pub The Champion located on 12/13 wells street (5min walking distance).

No artificial lighting in exhibition space.

No loud sudden sounds will be present in any work.

No strobe lights/flashing images will be present in any work.


Online viewing room (coming soon):
Underground Flower


With workshops and talks to be announced


Exhibition images

Work titles to be updated soon

Randa Asma Osman
Dropping Tablets like I was moses, 2020
Wooden frame with string and tablet
40 x 50cm


Randa Asma Osman
Lost in Translation, 2020
Wooden frame with string
40 x 50cm


Randa Asma Osman
The parallels between Brent and Eritrea got me.., 2020
Some lead I found and some copper shit hanging around the back
Dimensions Variable


Randa Asma Osman
Stonebridge needs no introduction, hit the bricks, 2020
Bricks from a site I escaped





Emmanuel Awuni
Exodus Installation, 2020
Ceramic, screen print, spray paint, paper, Synthetic hair, Thread, Voile, Glue on Metal bar
ink druget, board, synthetic hair, acrylic on tarpaulin


Emmauel Awuni
Shine II, 2020
Glazed ceramic


Emmanuel Awuni
Escaping the bleak, pursuing a feeling, 2020
Bisqued terracotta, spray paint


Emmanuel Awuni
Hold Tight II, 2020
bisqued chucky black, spray paint, synthetic hair, print photo


Emmanuel Awuni
IT ALL ENDS NOW, 2020
PENTAX film, Photograph
6 x 4 inches


Clementine Bedos
Great to Chew, Even Better To Share, 2020
Installation Shot



Clémentine Bedos
MUCOSA #1, 2020
Silicone, bubblegum essential oil


Clémentine Bedos
MUCOSA #2, 2020
Nike Air Max 95, silicone
Uk size 6.5



Ibiye Camp
Polygons and Peels, 2020
Oil paintings on peels with metal structure, digital pad
With custom AR programme


Farrah Riley Gray
Together, 2020
Synthetic hair, Thread, Voile, Glue on Metal bar


Randa Asma Osman
The Bridge, 2020
Video work
6mins


Left
Emmanuel Awuni
Where Do We Go From Here?, 2020
Plinth with acrylic paint

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