Bold and experimental work from Middlesex University fine artists will go on display in Hendon next week during a day of artistic events with an ‘out of this world’ theme.
Some 70 students will take part in the day-long space themed events which include installations, sculptures, paintings and performances. It takes place in the exhibition spaces of the University’s centre for creative courses, The Grove.
Highlights of the show include a three metre high monolithic canvas plinth hosting a show on its outside, and Spanish students Susana Carne and Roberto Landin Baamonde who will spend the day building a clay ‘monolith’. While Paresha Amin and Louiza Philippou have curated a space themed painting show and from 4pm collaboration between some of the most talented Middlesex University sonic art, contemporary dance and fine art students and staff, will turn The Grove into an unforgettable multimedia art experience.
Curated and run by students Farhana Hussain, and Michelle Brown, the event also launches its own publication.
Middlesex University Reader in Fine Art Judith Cowan said: “Events Day is a chance to be bold and experimental, it is an opportunity to work together, to test ideas, and to establish contacts among Fine Art students of different years. This time, we have collaborated with dance students and peers from other courses to make the experience even richer.”
The Middlesex University Fine Art Events Day is open to the public and takes place from 10am- 9.30pm on Tuesday 19 February in The Grove building, The Burroughs, Hendon, NW4 4BT.
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