03 September - 05 November 2017
Bearing current liability represents a sum of money (or cultural currency) that the company (Artist) owes and must pay (make) within one year. It does not require interest payments.
This exhibition is by a collective group of artists who all study, or have recently graduated, from the Royal Academy Schools in London. The artworks include two filmed performances (see links above) by artists in residence at Strange Cargo in the summer, Roland Carline and Fani Parali.
The RA Schools is 250 years old and one of the last independent art schools in the UK. The paintings, photography, print making, video, virtual reality, installation and performance in this exhibition is intended to speak at different volumes to the new audience who will see the work in Cheriton.
Our aim is to curate an exhibition where our work builds a relationship between the viewer and artist. This is not intended as a one-way conversation, but an equal cultural flow and exchange.