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27/8/2013

 
 Lucy Beech, Cannibals, 2013, (video still)

This week is the last chance to see Pratchaya Phinthong's exhibition Broken Hill, which closes this Sunday 1 September. To read a review of the exhibition published in Time Out, click here. Chisenhale Gallery is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 1-6pm. 

Our next exhibition, Tomorrow There Is No Recording, by Nick Relph, opens on Thursday 19 September, 6:30-8:30pm. For more information about the exhibition please click here.

This week we're celebrating the launch of Dome, a collaborative site-specific mural made by our Propeller members, located in the skatepark in Victoria Park. Dome marks the culmination of an eight-month project investigating utopian architecture and geometry in relation to the local area. This special event organised by Propeller members is accompanied by an open-mic session with music and poetry. Please join us in Victoria Park for the launch on Wednesday 28 August from 7pm. Propeller are a group of young people aged between 15-20 who meet at Chisenhale Gallery once a month to take part in varied creative activities and events.

This week we also present a screening of moving image work by recent graduates of the Slade School of Fine Art MA/MFA: Lucy Beech, Jenna Bliss, Ren Garden, Michal Rubin, Marianna Simnett and Sophie Cundale. The event is part of our 21st Century series and takes place on Thursday 30 August and 7pm. There are a few places still available. To book please email mail@chisnehale.org.uk.




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