Hypha Studios

Artist Exhibition Space in East London

Get Living has partnered with Hypha Studios, a charity matching creatives with empty spaces for free, to reimagine Sainsbury’s former store into a unique space for emerging, local, artistic talent.

Hypha Studios in East Village will host two exhibitions simultaneously over three month periods. The first two exhibitions will be open to the public from 27 January 2023.

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EXHIBITION 1: 26 JAN – 19 MAR

  • ‘Taste the Difference’ by Loess Collective: A satirical, food-centred show comprising painting, sculpture, performance, installation, and multimedia.
  • ‘Who holds the sword?’ by Lindsey McLean, Isobel Atacus & Flora Bradwell: An immersive exhibition skewing traditional gender norms via a contemporary medieval focus. More info.

EXHIBITION 2: 20 MAR – 9 JUNE

  • ‘Repair Redux’ by Repair Collective: A collection of interventions from 11 artists exploring repair as an ongoing process.
  • ‘States of Exchange 1-6’ by Jacqueline Rana: A show is underpinned by themes of social exchange, inequality, power, status, and influence

EXHIBITION 3: 10 JUNE – 9 JUL
Show details to be released.

More information on Exhibition 1

Taste the Difference by Loess Collective | 26 January – 16 February 2023

Loess Collective comprises of 43 artists and 3 curators in postgraduate study at Goldsmiths University and the exhibition title plays subtle reference to the different nationalities, backgrounds and ideas of each artist.

Come discover the subterranean world of Stratford with sculptures which take inspiration from the underground pipelines in site-specific contexts or indulge in sensory awakenings through interactive installations playing on emotional memory activated by scent. Join for screenings of sound and film works investigating human relationships to invasive species connecting to our relationship with human migration. Reserve free admission to ‘Taste the Difference’ show.

‘Who holds the sword?’ by Lindsey Maclean, Isobel Atacus & Flora Bradwell | 26 January – 10 March 2023

Immerse yourself in an exhibition of work with the image of the sword at its centre. Encompassing sculpture, painting, installation and performance this playful show skews traditional gender norms via a contemporary medieval focus: a PVC pig’s head eyeballs a flaccid knight, chain mail underpants glint in the light cast from a triple pronged painted blade. At times the exhibition becomes the setting for sword making workshops and medieval karaoke. Reserve free admission to ‘Who Holds the Sword?’ show.

Opening Times

Wednesday
12pm - 5pm
Thursday
12pm - 5pm
Friday
12pm - 5pm
Saturday
12pm - 5pm
Sunday
12pm - 5pm

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