RIFT (2019)

DEGREE SHOW ONE | 22 – 26 May

Opening times | Wed to Fri 12-8pm | Sat to Sun 12-5pm

Location | K-Space, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA, United Kingdom

MA Art and Science class of 2019 present RIFT, an interactive experience involving conceptual sciences, positive social change and sensory stimulation.

Produced by the interdisciplinary artists studying at Central Saint Martins, RIFT brings together 17 artists deriving from varied scientific disciplines including bio-design, parasitology, astronomy, anatomy, neuroscience and more. RIFT channels these concepts and theories through sculpture, performance, paintings and play. These interdisciplinary concepts will stimulate current thought and document the human experience through the course of the exhibition and events programme.

RIFT immerses the audience into cognitive realities during the week-long exhibition, paired with exclusive scheduled events and a performative symposium.

Exhibiting Artists

Hannah Pratt | Lottie Bolster | Becky Lyon | Maritina Keleri | Jylle Navarro | Lois Bentley | Qian Zhang | Shannon Bono | Sabrina Mumtaz Hasan | Jasmine Jin Smith | Pod Hughes | Joshua Bourke | Rose Mengmei Zhou | Xingchen Liang | Tianer Ding | Sleepwalker | Riko Yasumiya

VIEW the RIFT degree show catalogue

DOWNLOAD the RIFT press release

RIFT | Symposium

Saturday 25 May 2019 | 2.00 – 4.30

Tickets now available at Eventbrite

Join MA Art and Science graduating students for an afternoon of presentations, discussion and performance crossing terrains of art and science.

The symposium complements RIFT, the MA Art and Science degree show exhibited in K-Space, Central Saint Martins on view 22 – 26 May 2019.

Presenting in the Symposium are the following RIFT artists:

Shannon Bono | Sabrina Mumtaz Hasan | Hannah Pratt | Rose Zhou | Sleepwalker | Joshua Bourke | Lottie Bolster | Qian Tracey Zhang | Tianer Ding

There will be a range of work samples available to take home!

This symposium will be running alongside the exhibition which is open to the public from 12.00-17.00.

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