Cho Why – Natalia Ludmila – Drawn Lines

Cho Why - Natalia Ludmila - Drawn Lines

Since 2015 the world has been witness to a migration crisis estimated to be at a highest since WWII. Drawn Lines explores the fragility of the human condition while in this transitory state. The exhibition focuses on the gruelling journeys spent at sea or in land while fully exposed to perils and the natural elements. The artist’s interest lies in depicting the disquiet experienced by many migrants while in prolonged and indefinite stays in makeshifts centres and camps. As well as portraying major migration routes employed in the endeavour to reach other horizons. Drawn Lines showcases Ludmila’s main interests and pursuits as an artist both in subject-matter and technique. Expanding over two floors at Cho Why the exhibition consists of several large size watercolours on paper and a video piece. The works on paper explore migration in North Africa, the Mediterranean sea and Central America. The video uses google maps as a creative tool by…

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Jam – Cine Club – Max Headroom

Jam - Cine Club - Max Headroom

Every Wednesday night at JAM is CINÉ CLUB. Guest host for September is photographer Graham Meyer. (IG: falsedigital) Our theme for August is ‘Ascendancy’. Wed, 6 Sept – Mr. Freedom (William Klien, 1968) Wed, 13 Sept – Max Headroom: 20 Minutes into the Future (Annabel Jankel & Rocky Morton, 1985) Wed, 20 Sept – Strange Days (Kathryn Bigelow, 1995) Wed, 27 Sept – Kids In The Hall: Brain Candy (Kelly Makin, 1996) The screening will start at 8 pm. ASCENDANCY Every film incorporates a dominant lurking power; although mostly satire, each contains a prediction of what will happen or has happened in our society. Conspiracies driven by political or corporate interests, addictive substances, or primal instincts that manifest from twisted desires. Control is showcased as the ultimate goal of humanity, whether it be directed at ourselves or others. —Graham Meyer ● ● ● JAM CINÉ CLUB aims to bring people with a love of cinema…

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