Exhibition Closing Party




Join us for the closing party of our last exhibition of 2014, Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s The Future Rewound & The Cabinet of Souls.

The closing party will feature a special performance showcasing our most recent education and outreach project in collaboration with Phakama. The project, entitled Three Percent, explores the issues that affect daily lives in London through theatre and art. It responds directly to the themes present in Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s work: restriction, confinement and freedom and explores ideologies of capitalism and colonialism and the unseen systems that control our daily lives. A special performance of the work produced as part of this project will begin at 3pm and will be performed within the exhibition spaces .

This will be followed by the exhibition catalogue launch at 4pm. The exhibition catalogue features in-depth texts by the artist, Timo Kaabi-Linke and Dr Falko Schmieder, full colour reproductions of the works featured in the exhibition, as well as research images and artist biographies and a foreword by The Mosaic Rooms.

This is the last chance to see our final exhibition of the year, join us and the artist to celebrate with drinks and nibbles!

FREE, rsvp@mosaicrooms.org

Duration 29 November 2014 - 29 November 2014
Times 4pm-6pm
Cost Free
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