Lucy Clout: A Symptom

  8 March – 14 April 2019. Wed–Sun, 12–6pm. A Symptom – a body of work by London-based artist Lucy Clout brings to Cubitt a set of propositions that in part offer up questions of self-organising, passive and active participation. Sculptural and video pieces bring together research around the close readings of bodies in relation to medical […]

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Lucy Clout: A Symptom

Saturday Socials commission

Ings (Holding, Shaking, Gazing, Net-Working) & An Edible Portion of Truth are two artworks created in parallel by Lucy Steggals & Ania Bas in collaboration with Islington residents.

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Holding

Cubitt Education Programme

          A short film presenting the range of programmes presented by Cubitt’s education team. An ‘i say raar’ film by Emma Crouch.

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Cubitt Education Programme

Cubitt 25 Years: An Artist Led History – watch it online

A documentary by Morgan Quaintance exploring Cubitt’s history, present and possible future.

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Cubitt 25 Years: An Artist Led History - watch it online

Paul Crook and JMC Hayes: new film made with EC1 Multicultural Woman’s Group March 2019

  Artists Paul Crook and JMC Hayes, resident at St Luke’s Community Centre, created a short film portrait of the EC1 Multicultural Woman’s Group for the occasion of International Woman’s day. They facilitated a number of sessions where members of the community brought along objects of meaning that illustrated a part of their personal story. […]

Paul Crook and JMC Hayes: new film made with EC1 Multicultural Woman's Group March 2019

Lucy Clout: A Symptom

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8 Mar–13 Apr 2019, Wed–Sun 12–6pm

Lucy Clout: A Symptom

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