Space Invaders: Neighbourhood Watch




Filmmaker Laura Shacham and artist Norman Mine curate an installational takeover of JW3.

Drawing inspiration from Harold Pinter’s nihilistic Poem (Don’t look, the world’s about to break), Neighbourhood Watch examines the meaning of community, architecturally and socially. Bringing together the work of 16 creatives, the show is a space for conversation about what makes us feel both the part, and the whole. Join us for construction, deconstruction and the politics of belonging.

Featuring the work of:

Howard Tong, Eldar Gantz, Beatrice Jarvis, Pauline Amos/Karolina Nieduza, Roger Clarke, Rob Weir, Norman Mine, Marcin Jozefiak ‘James Blite’, Lucy Schofield/Katy Dixon, Matilda C, Andreaa Ionescu, Stephanie Bickford-Smith/Zoe Hough/Marcel Helmer, Rachael Haines, and Barbara Bargiel.

Duration 26 May 2014 - 26 May 2014
Times Bank Holiday Monday 5 to 10pm
Cost This event is free, but there is limited capacity. To book your place, please contact the JW3 Box Of
Venue JW3
Address 341-351 Finchley Road London NW3 6ET, ,
Contact 020 7433 8988 / / www.jw3.org.uk/event/space-invaders-neighbourhood-watch?pid=6699#.U3TPNC-c40a

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