Second Person Looking Out is the 5th collaboration between the Slade School of Fine Art and UCL Art Museum.
This year, a new partnership with the English Department's One Day in the City Festival is instrumental in setting the theme and the challenge put to the Slade artists who are invited to look at UCL Art Museum's collections to develop their own work while engaging with the importance of time, place, London, literature and other sources of inspiration.
Students Lea Collet, Milou Van Der Maaden & Cheryl Simmons, Anna Klimentchenko, Benjamin Heiken, Robbie Fife, James Kelly, Jonathan Kipps, Freddie Duffield and Sarai Kirshner, Helena Hunter, Neena Percy, Maxima Smith, Lara Smithson, Ping Zheng, Olga Koroleva and Katja Larsson are all showing in Second Person Looking Out, at UCL Art Museum, South Cloisters, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, from 12 May - 13 June 2014. See www.ucl.ac.uk/culture/ucl-art-museum.
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Previous collaborations include: Sequel (2009), Transfer (2010), Moreover (2011), Vincula (2012) and Duet (2013).