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Of A Curious Nature

Surface Gallery in Nottingham

Friday 12th - Friday 19th January 2018

Fri 6:00pm til Sat 5:00pm

No age restrictions

Surface Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by seven NTU Fine Art students, Of A Curious Nature.

 
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Of A Curious Nature on Friday 12th - Friday 19th January 2018

Of A Curious Nature
13th - 20th January
Opening Night: Friday 12th January, 6-9pm
Rosie Elston / Freya Garnon-Cox / Christos Gkenoudis / James Handley / Demi Hill / Lauren-Rose Murphy / Emily Stollery

Surface Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by seven NTU Fine Art students, Of A Curious Nature.

Of A Curious Nature brings together the work of disparate artists through their individual responses to a common theme of curiosity: from work that manipulates the physicality of their materials, to kinetic sculptures that imitate nature, to work that explores the interior life of self. Of A Curious Nature is an exhibition of new work that tests indeterminacy through drawn, sculptural, and performative pieces.

Of A Curious Nature opens in the Project Space in conjunction with the International Postcard Show in the Main Gallery. As always there will be a donations bar with ales from local brewery, Springhead.

Free Entry: Everyone Welcome

Opening Hours:
Opening night: Friday 12th January, 6-9pm
Monday to Friday: 12:00-18:00
Saturday: 11:00-17:00

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