an Exposition Between Art and Research at Ambika P3 from 22–27 March.
Hyphen is an exhibition of research-in-practice by PhD candidates and alumni at the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM) and the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) at University of Westminster.
- What possible worlds can be discovered in the interstices between research and creation?
- What modes of knowing and un-knowing are activated in an exhibition focused on process rather than form?
- How do we study, as Moten and Harney say, with other people, and what do the works that we create do when they socialise with each other?
To date, the Caucus has organised two group exhibitions and published the print journal/catalogue In Process and the website in conjunction with these.
The hyphen is a mark that both separates and connects, and opens into multiplicities of origins, interests, cultures, media, practices, fields of research, modes of creation.
to view all the artists in our virtual exhibition:
Presented works are selected from my recent project exploring the ephemeral and entropic properties of melting ice as a means of production of unique and variable print outcomes.
Foyer is a site-specific installation that brings together the outcome of my previous research about the space of the office
∞ (2017-ongoing) is an autobiographical project that begins with the physical hole left after the 1994 demolition of my birthplace
This short essay-film brings together some of the most significant assets gathered during my five-year involvement with a fishing boat in Malta,
Diarios is a reading of 24 entries selected from the diaries of Raul Ruiz (1941-2011)
“Lilith By The Red Sea Carpet” is currently a work in progress, one of three installations exploring connections between ceramic art practice, critical theory and Aramaic incantation bowls.
Ambika P3, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS is located close Baker Street Station.