The art of walking
13 January 2020–07 February 2020, 10:00 am–5:00 pm
This exhibition investigates the relationship between the brain, the body, the soul and art-making: a kind of dialogue while walking. It is a collection of works by UCL Institute of Education (IOE)'s own artist educator and researcher Andy Ash.
This event is free.
Monitor Gallery, Art Design and MuseologyLevel 8, UCL Institute of Education (IOE)20 Bedford WayLondonWC1H 0AL
A space is created through a series of prints, sculptures and objects to ask questions, questions about time, space and consciousness of the artist’s world as much as about putting one foot in front of the other. The artist invites you to walk in his shoes considering themes of footprints, lines, writing, intimate reflections, the inner and outer landscape, the sole/soul, and the interplay between body, mind and the world all whilst walking on the South Downs.
Andy Ash teaches on the Art and Design PGCE, Museums and Galleries MA , and Art and Design MA programmes at the IOE. Andy is interested in Visual Art Practice as Research and trans-disciplinary collaborations to generate new knowledge.
The exhibition is free and open to students, staff and general public.