Illumini is a large art event curated by Jane Webb, this exhibition is not to be missed . They have a opening evening where everyone is welcome. With free live entertainment, fire acts, jugglers, stilt performers and light shows. The whole event is themed on light and 15 artists have taken over a underground crypt to display the work. This will be a illuminating Extravaganza
Illumination extravaganza…. 15 artists come together to Create an extraordinary exhibition of light in an underground crypt. Illumini, curated by Jane Webb www.illuminievent.co.uk Email [email protected] The Crypt, St Pancras Church Euston Rd / Duke’s Rd, London, NW1 2BA (nearest tube Euston Station) 4th September – 17th September Open daily 11am- 7pm Free Admission Opening Night Thursday 4th September 6pm – 9pm Free Admission all welcome ARTISTS : Mercedes Altuna, Madi Boyd, David Chalkley, Vincenzo Di Maria, Lewis Hayward, Caroline Lambard, Jayne Lloyd, Liz murfitt, Adrian Navarro, Silviu Pascalin, Suzan Swale, Matthew Swift, Andrea Tyrimos, Jane Webb and Deon Winter. Illumini is supported by Mathmos, who will be displaying a range of their latest products also supported by Surelight Glowsafe and the Glass bar An electrifying new exhibition with a difference, starting with a opening night on the 4th Sept, which is complimented with a full evening of free live entertainment from fire performers, stilt walkers, jugglers, light shows. and performance artists, working with illumination taking place through out the crypt. This is no PV night, this is an evening where everybody is welcome, Illumini will not just showcase art it will entertain, introducing all communities that may not normally visit the arts to a different approach. Illumini brings together a variety of artists, all sharing a passion for the subject of light. Set in the famous St Pancras crypt, these impressive pieces of artwork come to life in this desolate and unsettling environment. Come along to experience the illuminatory and dazzling effect this diverse collection of artwork has on the crypt’s dark environment. Travel down abandoned corridors and venture into secret recesses to explore a wide variety of artwork. The pieces range from photographs and paintings depicting light, to sculptural works that literally glow; at once transforming the crypt’s murky and shadowy atmosphere like never before.
04 Sep 2008 - 17 Sep 2008