To celebrate the conclusion of our current exhibition, Only The World Remains by Bridgette Ashton & Nicole Mollett, and to offer a final chance to see the works on display we’ll be opening late on the closing evening on Friday July 28th.
Join us for drinks and light refreshments with a live performance of magic lanterns by Nicole Mollett and Lee Berwick.
The exhibition will be open Thursday and Friday 12-6pm with the closing event from 6pm onwards. Everyone is welcome!
“A teeming evocation of staged landscapes through such past eccentricities as grottoes, follies and pleasure gardens of which – in Diderot’s phrase – ‘only the world remains’” (writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent’s ten recommended contemporary art shows in London).
A final word from the SS65 Directors; “Space Station Sixty-Five directors are delighted to have supported and hosted the artists’ research and resulting exhibition, Only the World Remains. Our space in Kennington will subsequently be undergoing some architectural and organisational changes and will re-open during 2018. We look forward to welcoming you back then.”
6-8 pm, Friday July 28th 2017
SPACE STATION SIXTY-FIVE
373 Kennington Road
How to get here:
Tube: Kennington, Oval