News of an exhibition in northwest London. PV is this Thursday.
Sun Ju Lee: assembly passage
Willesden Green Library | 95 High Road | Willesden | London NW10 2SF
14 October to 30 November 2016
Private view: 20 October 2016 6pm – 8pm
Open to the public Monday to Friday 9am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm.
The gallery at The Library Willesden Green is pleased to present assembly passage by Sun Ju Lee.
Drawing on interpretations of the spaces in which we live, Sun Ju Lee’s work explores how people and space interact to create a place, thereby demonstrating how places reflect a variety of occurrences. By altering the experience of environment and the visual evidence of time into a form of image that speculates on the situations depicted, her work generates a sense of spatial fluidity of a place.
In the exhibition assembly passage, Lee develops her ongoing research a practiced place, which examines the way we recognise the significance of place, in response to Brent where she has participated in the Artist Maker Residency of Create Space London.
Lee examines the sites of Brent within a visual context, Lee also investigates the interaction between the changes and residents of Brent. A publication, Brent, features the interviews and artworks of people who have experienced the recent transitions of their immediate vicinity. The book will be released in December 2016.
This exhibition is part of Create Space London’s Artist-Maker Residency in partnership with Brent Council’s Culture Service. It is part funded by Arts Council England.