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Key details


  • External (UK)


  • Free

Who could attend

  • Everyone


  • Exhibition

Blue Space: The Changing Currents of Resilient Waterways is a collaboration between artists Priysha Rajvanshi and Elise Guillaume, that responds to our evolving relationship with nature, through the creation of a provisional shelter that gives voice to the environment.

The event will run from 24 to 28 May taking place at Gasworks, 155 Vauxhall Street, London, SE11 5RH.

The Shore, (installation view), 2022

Image credit: Priysha Rajvanshi, The Shore, (installation view), 2022.

Large cyanotype sheets made in the River Thames by Rajvanshi have been adapted to form the tent’s canopy with a related projection across the interior walls. An original soundscape produced by Guillaume incorporates the vibration-based audio of natural elements with spoken word, to allow a speculative conversation between humans and our surroundings to occur. Through this, the artists invite visitors to slow down and listen to the earth, so as to hear its perspective as we look to adapt to our changing world.

Artists: Elise Guillaume, Priysha Rajvanshi

MA Curators: Aleda Wood Roberts, Blythe Thea Williams, Genevieve Fisher, John Dougan Nealon, Kangin Park, Nathalia Oliveira, Wanlan Chen, Zihan Wen

In partnership with Gasworks and supported by Arts Council England