From the 27th of October until the 11th of November the School of Fine Art at the Cass invites to the exhibition „The animal gaze returned“ at the London Metropolitan University.
The focus of the exhibition is on animality and the interspecific, that active social space between and among different species; new representations of other animals in what is termed a post-critical era and animal as medium in contemporary art. The event is a through-route attempt by contemporary artists to engage their professional art practice in ways that directly intersect the interdisciplinary arena of animal-human studies.
This exhibition is curated by Rosemarie McGoldrick and Richard Ducker and includes works of Greta Alfaro, Edwina Ashton, Steve Baker, Suky Best, Ian Brown, Helen Bullard, Darren Harvey-Regan, Kathy High, Rosemarie McGoldrick, Aurelia Mihai, Lucy Powell, Andrea Roe, Bob and Roberta Smith, Snaebjornsdottir Wilson and David Wood.
The Animal Gaze Returned exhibition will take place in the Faculty’s gallery spaces in Central House opposite the Whitechapel Gallery and at 41 Commercial Road.
For more information see www.animalgaze.org