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Maribelle Bierens

March 13, 2023 4:18 PM


“Held in Flux”, a group exhibition curated by IN:SIGHT PROJECTS, a curatorial partnership between Thomas Hjelm and Lauren Bevan will be open from Thursday, the 23rd of March, to Sunday 26th of March, in SOHO, London.

The participating artists in the exhibition aim to capture the fleeting nature of existence and reclaim their sense of being through a combination of physical labour and digital technology. The exhibition shows a diverse range of multidisciplinary art forms, such as painting, sculpture, photography, and video, featuring an exciting mix of artists who explore the complex relationship between internal and external worlds in the digital age.

Thomas Hjelm, 'Fire + Water 5'.

"Held in Flux" demonstrates the innovative and creative use of materials in relation to the body and technology as its own moldable form. The exhibition features a network of communication that pulls the viewer between online and offline, memory and presence, showcasing physical and digital methods of production.

Mandy Franca, ‘In A State of Being II’, Silk satin, voile, oil pastels, c-type, Size variable, 2021.

The exhibition is sponsored by Soho Revue Gallery, who are soon to open the building as an Artists in Residence Program. "Held in Flux" is split over two levels, providing visitors with a sneak peek of the forthcoming space, as it is filled with twelve of the UK & Europe's most exciting artists, further championing emerging talent in the heart of London.

Jon Baker, 'Finger Puppet 3'.

You can see ‘HELD IN FLUX from the 24th to the 26th March, 10 am - 4 pm at Artists House, 14 Manette Street, W1D 4AP.  Participating artists: Jon Baker, Ian Malhotra, Jo Dennis, Ranny Cooper, Jack Laver, Laszlo Von Dohnanyi, Remember You Were Made To Be Used, James Tailor, Fleur Simon, Mandy Franca, Lauren Bevan, Thomas Hjelm

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