Join us for the private view of In Process; work in progress from practice-based PhD researchers at CREAM, University of Westminster.
In Process is the inaugural exhibition from the Centre for Research and Education in Art and Media (CREAM) doctoral caucus based at the University of Westminster. The exhibition is a showcase of the various vibrant strands of interdisciplinary research being undertaken at the University.
The focus is on modes in which CREAM students further practice-based modes of inquiry as means of art-making and producing contributions to knowledge and contributions to experience. Students undertaking principally theoretical research will also present elements of their research using practical modes. In this way, the show questions both established academic modes of presenting research, and equally the format of exhibition by trying to focus on research ‘in process’, in the middle of its making. The exhibition will present work from ten doctoral students, paralleled by a programme of film showings and performances.
Estéfani Bouza, Cinzia Cremona, Sue Goldschmidt, Alexandra Jönsson, Mirko Nikolic, Fathima Nizaruddin, Alexa Raisbeck, Bhavna Rajpal, Arne Sjögren, Steve Smith.
Private view: 6pm, Thursday 10 December
London Gallery West Project Space
University of Westminster
Watford Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 3TP
Nearest Tube station: Northwick Park (Metropolitan line)
10 December 2015 – 8 January 2016
Opening times 10am – 10 pm daily
Closed 24 December 2015 – 1 January 2016
For special live performances and screenings, see #inprocess2015creaminprocess