We Are Human-ish
University of Kent: Studio 3 Gallery, We Are Human-ish Exhibition
We are Humanish is an exhibition by seven emerging artists that will run from 26th June (11am - 5pm) until 1st July (9am - 3pm) at Studio 3 Gallery, School of Arts, Jarman Building on the University of Kent Canterbury Campus, CTU 7UG.
All of the exhibiting artists; Charlene Barnachea, Nicola Baxter, Megan Boyle, Tayler Goatier, Luiza Jordan, Hannah Plant and Anum Saleem, from the School of Music and Fine Art, have recently exhibited in Reverberate: Fine Art Degree Show 2017, at Chatham Historic Dockyard.
We are Humanish will showcase a number of works that explore what it means to be human, questioning ideas associated with gender, culture, language, disability and technology. Through an investigation into communication methods adopted by human and machine, an examination of the nature of space, and how we find our place within it, and an organic exploration of bodily textures, fundamentally, this exhibition examines human nature and the assumptions, purpose and essence of humanity.
We would particularly like to invite you to join us on the 1st July for a day of scheduled performances and guest speaker:
12 - 12.20pm
Introductory Talk: Dr Grant Pooke
Senior Lecturer in History of Art, School of Arts, University of Kent
12.30 – 1pm
Performance by exhibiting artists
Individual works are given a voice through performative speech that attempts to answer the question: What does it mean to be human?
1.15 – 1.30pm
Steps for Translation: No.5
Performance by Megan Boyle
A live performance of computer code translated into musical notation communicated through the clarinet.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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We Are Human-ish | Exhibiting Artists
Studio 3 Gallery, School of Arts Jarman Building, University of Kent Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7UG