‘Reconnecting’ an exhibition at Bermondsey Project Space London opening 30th June shows the work of Hugo Lami, artist in residence at Power Networks and 19 artists shortlisted for the Sustainability First Art Prize 2020. Artists were invited to respond to the question: “How do we build from the current corona crisis towards a more sustainable future?”
Bermondsey Project Space
183 – 185 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UW
Opening 30 June, 6-9pm
1 – 10 July, Tue – Sat, 11am – 6pm
An exhibition about making connections to each other and nature during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Featuring artworks by Hugo Lami, artist in residence at UK Power Networks, who has been using waste pipes and wires to explore relationships between nature and technology, and shortlisted works from the Sustainability First Art Prize including: Adam Sadiq, Eleanor Shipman, Estelle Woolley (Highly Commended), Freya Moffat (Third Prize), Georgia Tucker, Geraint Ross Evans (Highly Commended), Jacob Weeks, Jasmine Pradissitto, Kathy Bruce, Liz Elton (Second Prize), Maria Arceo, Tere Chad, Rachael Mellors, Rachna Garodia, Rebecca Harper, Sam Schmitt, Sarah Strachan, Stephen Bennett, William Bock (First Prize).
Link to the exhibition and artworks https://www.sustainabilityfirst.org.uk/sustainablefuturesevents/127-reconnecting-exhibition