(A) by DarkartLove
(A) is a site specific introduction to the entire project. The piece relies solely on Filmed Animation as it’s main narrative basis, with Theatrical Story-telling used in between to guide the audience around the site and to help you understand different layers into the main storyline. Remember, not everything is pure black and white, there are some colours outside the lines. The piece is set at Free Space Gallery, The Kentish Town Health Centre in December 2013.
Art + Healing
An emotive exhibition of work by art therapists and their clients. A chance for people to be privy to the intimate stories of those involved in this evolving discipline.
The Free Space Gallery plays host to this collection of work for a month September – October 2013 complete with free art therapy sessions, workshops and events.
Kaleidoscope The Unpublished Chapters: Relapse
A piece of site specific promenade theatre created and performed for the first time at the Free Space Gallery in October 2013 by Hidden Agenda.
This is the trailer for their unique and devised performance
This wonderful piece of footage was the result of a nine month residency by artists Magda Segal and Bunny Schendler at the Free Space Gallery. For nine months they moved very slowly between Camden Town and Kentish Town tubes, clicking their camera, mounted on a moving camera contraption, for all it was worth.
At every time of day they moved along, so that the piece shows the road over a 24 hour time period.
It acts as a social document as well as a piece of art, so sit back and enjoy the journey!
A new short by artist Alex Moore on our consuming and purging habits.
Alex Moore exhibited with the Free Space Gallery showing his series of f/00d inspired images exploring the physical, social and environmental impact of food.
JAMES WIGG PRACTOCE 125 YEARS
On 5th July 2012 James Wigg Practice celebrated 125 years of serving the local community through forward thinking health care and we were there. The Free Space Gallery is based within the practice working alongside doctors and patients to create a vibrant environment. And this little video gives you an idea of what our home looks like.
Chair is a collaborative project between three practitioners tracing an oak chair back to the forest where the oak tree was grown through audio, photography and sculptural installation.
The site specific installation is based at the Free Space Gallery for the whole of June 2013 and forms the backdrop to a number of weekend events.
ALMA STREET FAIR 2013
Another successful year for the Free Space Gallery at the Alma Street Fair which saw us running arts workshops free and open to all throughout the day.
Have a little look at what it was all like. We are under the black topped area…