Emma Seach has a new exhibition coming up.
The private view is on Friday 24th July from 7.30pm - 10.30pm at The Hive (260-264 Kingsland Road). The Hive is a new multi-storey events space in the heart of Haggerston. Alumni may be interested in the space, which is a very large warehouse space for exhibitions, free to use.
Collecting imagery from Delhi, Detroit and London, Emma makes structural charcoal drawings focusing on rhythms and spaces in the built environment.
From 9pm, 25K MPH will provide a live performance of machine-made electronic music with an industrial edge. 25K MPH is the speed required to leave the earth's atmosphere. The mechanics making this possible is the subject of their first release, they start with the combustion engine...
The private view is an opportunity to see the drawings together with the music that inspires them.
Complimentary drinks will be provided by Beavertown brewery.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The show runs from 16 – 29 July Tue 1-9pm, Thu-Sat 1-9pm at The Hive, and all works are for sale.
You can find some more information about Emma's work on her website here.