6 April 2016 to 10 April 2016 | 6–8 April: 2–7pm; 9–10 April: 12–5pm
Battersea, Dyson Building
The Royal College of Art in collaboration with online galleries Subject Matter and Sedition presents The Campaign, a photography exhibition by selected students from the School of Fine Art. All three partners have one goal – to support and develop the artists of the future.
Every piece in the exhibition is available to purchase in limited editions, some as photographic prints, others as digital artworks. All proceeds will be donated to the RCA’s Fine Art Bursary Fund.
The Campaign is a response to the changing art world. RCA Fine Art students submitted work which addresses contemporary concerns about the artist’s place in a new reality. The exhibition ignites a debate about the space for pure creativity in a world so dominated by the ephemeral.
The exhibition is part of a wider programme of talks and events around the subject of Art x Tech, with the aim of supporting the students in their professional practice in relation to the ever changing management of the arts, and the challenges faced by an increasingly digitally focused art world.
Artists: Ben McDonnell, Feifei Yu, Jazbo von Magius Gross, Jinjoon Lee, Josh Leon, Kyle Zeto, Louise Long, Melissa Magnuson, Shigetoshi Furutani, Steven Aishman, Theo Ellison, Tim Sullivan.
Dyson Gallery, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN