Thursday, 2 February 2012

Imprint Festival at the Centre for Possible Studies

On Friday 27th January the Serpentine Gallery's Centre for Possible Studies on Edgware Road hosted artists, performers and writers from the art collective Fabelist who have been working with residents of Alfies local neighbourhood, Church Street, NW8. 

Church Street Library Workshop (Image: Francesca Goodwin)

Imprint Exhibition at the Centre of Possible Studies (Image: Francesca Goodwin)
You may have seen members of the collective at the Alfies Christmas shopping party back in December, when they held a workshop here.  Since then they have been busy collecting and documenting stories for the collaborative arts project, Imprint, inspired by the Church Street community and neighborhood.  The resulting festival and exhibition captures the past, celebrates the present and introduces the future through a range of media, from music and art to spoken work and gastronomy.

Poppy's Paper Doll Parlour (Image: Carlos M Burgos)
Story Salon (Image: Edible Art Movement)
You have a chance to visit the exhibition until the 4th February and see individual and collaborative imprints from Fabelist's established artists and writers and discover the results of the collaborative work with the Church Street Neighborhood.

Location: The Serpentine Gallery’s Centre for Possible Studies, 21 Gloucester Place, 
London W1U 8HR

Exhibition runs until: 4th February (opening hours: 1pm-5pm)

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