Pale Blue Dot Collective: Rising
This exhibition was curated by Katie Goodwin and Louise Beer.
Helen Barff • Louise Beer • Ryan Gander • Helen Goodwin • Katie Goodwin • Ellie Harrison • Hayley Harrison • Ian Maslen • David Morgan-Davies • Catriona Leahy • Sujin Lim • Simon Read • Jessica Rinland • Ben Rivers and Chris Wainwright
This exhibition is dedicated to the late artist, Chris Wainwright. His work, research and humbleness are all things we can only aspire to.
Civilization exists by geological consent, subject to change without notice. Will Durant
Pale Blue Dot Collective presents Rising - a multi disciplinary contemporary art exhibition exploring the anthropogenic impact on the coast and sea (and vice versa). The title Rising refers not only to global temperatures and sea levels but also us standing together to protest against the politics of denial, negativity and short term solutions that consider the financial but not environmental cost.
PV 28 September, 6.00 - 9.00PM - Live performance by Gen Doy alongside film by Lynn Dennison at 7:30PM
Screening 29 September 6.30 - 8.30PM
29 September - 1 October, 12.00 - 6.00PM
St John on Bethnal Green Church
200 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9PA
The Blind Labourer, Sarah Jessica Rinland, 26 min
The Missed Scenery and The Missed Event, Sujin Lim, 6 min
The Morrow, Katie Goodwin, c. 20 min
The Crossing, David Morgan-Davies. 3 min
Slow Action, Ben Rivers, 46 min
Sujin Lim - The Missed Scenery and The Missed Event. 6 min
The Crossing - Lynn Dennison and Gen Doy joint performance film piece