the memory collective
'The Landscape of Memory'
Opening night preview - Thursday 1st March 2012 6pm-9pm
'The Landscape of Memory', 1st-3rd March 2012 , supported by the Royal Norwegian Embassy and the Swiss Embassy, London
Opening times: 1st March, 2012 11am-4pm, 2nd March 11am-6pm, 3rd March 11am-1pm (see bookable event)
ABOUT THE MEMORY COLLECTIVE This London-based group of UK and international artists was formed, in September 2009, by the artist and Courtauld-trained art historian, Dr Angela Summerfield. The Memory Collective's practices cover film, installation, painting,
photography, printmaking and sculpture. Artist members create independent art works which engage with the co-related issues of time, memory and identity.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
(1) To promote an international cultural discourse, through exhibitions and publications, in response to past and on-going inter-disciplinary theories on time, memory and identity. (2) Future exhibitions will offer the potential to collaborate with additional visual
artists, as “Associates”, and practitioners from other areas of human endeavour, such as literature, music and medical science. (3) Educational activities, linked to our exhibitions, which seek direct engagement with diverse publics.
Hjordis Dreschel, Valerie Jolly, Sara Lee, Angela Summerfield, Caroline Summerfield, Therese Nortvedt.
Thursday, 1st March 2012 (6-9pm), VIP Private View (by invitation only)
Friday, 2nd March 2012 (11am-1pm), ‘In Discussion’ led by Rebecca Harris, Assistant Curator, Goldsmiths’ Postgraduate and PhD Study Day, NoFormat Gallery
Saturday, 3rd March 2012 (2-6pm), ‘Curator’s Tour & Artists’ Tea’, led by Dr Angela Summerfield ( free bookable event: