Charlie Dance (DAI, 2015) invites you to &c [dark matters] at 48:Eight Gallery

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Welcome to the upcoming exhibition &c [dark matters] at 48:Eight Gallery, part of The School Creative Centre in Rye.

We would like to cordially invite you along to our private view on 30th April 2014 from 6pm.

The inaugural exhibition for 48:Eight Gallery at The School Creative Centre brings together 6 artists from 4 countries; Henriette Hellstern-Kjøller (DK), Hermione Allsop (UK), Jonathan Hills (UK), Nathan Crothers (UK/FR), Nick Archer (UK) and Olga Titus (CH/IN).

These 6 artists work across a number of disciplines including video, photography and painting. It is the first time they have been brought together in one space.

&c [Dark Matters] deals with identity politics, power structures, stereotype, perception, social stigma all under a dark, cynical veil of humour.

Facing a modern society of constant flux, of neoliberal individualism, how can an artist operate? What are the challenges they face in contemporary society? And how do they maintain a voice?

Feel free to RSVP to this address, or simply pop along on the night. If you cannot make the private view then the exhibition will run until May 27th, opening hours can be found on the attached documents.

And you can find the gallery space on Facebook:

Kind Regards,

Charlie Dance
48:Eight Gallery
The School Creative Centre.

&c [dark matters] runs from April 30th - May 27th at The School Creative Centre, just off of new road, rye. opening hours are 11 - 3 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and by appointment. if you have any further enquiries or would like to visit the exhibition outside of the regular opening hours please call The School Creative Centre on 01797 229 797.