“Deep Time” (Deep Time), site-specific installation in collaboration with Barbara Boiocchi, Emma James y Valerie Furnham during the Cambridge Sustainability Residency (CSRes) included at the collective exhibition‘Quid Pro Quo: Negotiating Futures‘.
Cambridge Sustainability Residency and Anglia Ruskin University are pleased to present ‘Quid Pro Quo: Negotiating Futures’, an exhibition of works by British and International artists.
As suggested by the title, the exhibition is an invitation to cross the borders, to negotiate meanings and experiences regarding the status of life today. All the works in the exhibition have been conceived and produced in relation to this specific space, and as a result of seminars and talks held in the gallery throughout the last two weeks.
Stretching the ambiguity of the word ‘sustainability’ to a constant negotiation that concerns both the public and the most intimate aspects of our life, the exhibition turns the gallery into a world of discovery, where any experience is already given, but everything happens as a result of an encounter.
The curatorial strategy mirrors this intention, expanding the time and space of the project beyond the gallery’s walls. The whole city of Cambridge has been asked to take part in this project, turning the process of making into a bartering, and exchanging pieces of art with everyday objects that have been used by the artists to make some of the works composing the exhibition.
The exhibition will open at Changing Spaces in 9, Norfolk Street, Cambridge from the 11th to the 13th of April, and then will travel to the Anglia Ruskin University (Ruskin building) where will be on view from the 31st of March until the 9th of May.
10 – 13 April 2014
Thursday 10 April:
18.00 – 20.00 (private view)
Friday 11 – Saturday 12 April:
11.00 – 18.00
Sunday 13 April:
11.00 – 13.00
9, Norfolk Street
Cambridge CB2 3JU2
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