Lawrence Wiener ALL IN DUE COURSE / South London Gallery
26th Sept-26th November 2104

“Though recognised as one of the central figures pioneering conceptual art in the 1960s, he identifies himself not as a conceptualist but as a sculptor whose medium is “language + the materials referred to”. Since the 1970s Weiner has been best known for his striking wall ‘sculptures’. Mainly using paint or vinyl, Weiner’s works carve walls with thought, presenting provocative texts that are open to interpretation by the viewer.”

Disobedient Objects @ V&A
On unitil 1st Feb 2015
“From Suffragette teapots to protest robots, this exhibition is the first to examine the powerful role of objects in movements for social change. It demonstrates how political activism drives a wealth of design ingenuity and collective creativity that defy standard definitions of art and design.”

Unbinding the Book Project 
This project has been created by Blurb & Jotta and features numerous designer/artists that explore the notion of the book. Callum Copley from GMD (2014) is one of those designers Netta Peltola has helped design the exhibition as a junior designer for Jotta (GMD, Typo/Graphic 2013).

Designing the 20th Century: Life and Work of Abram Game
8 September 2014 – 4 January 2015
“Abram Games was one of the most important and influential figures of 20th century graphic design. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth, this exhibition will explore his immigrant roots, his Jewish background and his enormous contribution to British design.”

Bill Viola compilation videos
Bill Viola is a contemporary video artist. He is considered a leading figure in the generation of artists whose artistic expression depends upon electronic, sound, and image technology in New Media. His works focus on the ideas behind fundamental human experiences such as birth, death and aspects of consciousness.


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