#TRIBE15 at Ugly Duck

This weekend, Chrom-Art curated their second instalment of #TRIBE15; a weekend only exhibition that features the very best in emerging talent spanning across a mix of mediums. We got a glimpse of everything from interpretive dance, live painting, video mapping and interactive animation that took place at the Ugly Duck space in London Bridge.

The range of work was as impressive as the quality and notable work came from the likes of Charles Harrop-Griffiths, Jordi Piniagua, Roger De Casanove, David Maraton, Xavi Odena & Micromacro. David Maraton wowed us with a short video mapping presentation, blending 3d shapes with sound and motion. Charles Harrop-Griffiths set up an interactive video mapping screen that moved with the kinetics of a subjects hand when held above an infrared camera, Piniagua & De Casanove captivated us with neons through sculpture and print and Micromacro gave us an intimate and beautifully presented interpretive dance show.

EndoftheLine’s Jim Vision was also amongst the line-up and gave us an insight in to ‘a day in the life of’ by live painting a few of his most recent canvasses.
The show was a great success and we thoroughly look forward to the next show that Chrom-art have in store for us!

See our images from the show taken by Tamara Elhaj.

#TRIBE15 The Exhibition

Chrom-Art.org have pulled together an incredible mix of artists for this years #TRIBE15 exhibition.

The exhibition explores ‘The Current Meaning of Belonging’ and will showcase the many artists that responded to their artist call back in June.

Among the many are Eotl’s Jim Vision, Daniel Dalepo, Edu Luna, Hermann Orchuna, Mathias Vef & mnay many more. In true Chrome-Art style, this exhibition has opened it’s doors to the freshest of talent and providing them with a 12,000 sq ft platform just outside of London Bridge in order to showcase their work.

The exhibition will feature almost 100 multi-national artists from a multi-specialist background including dance, music, performance and paint.

‘Artists will be inviting visitors to take part in a variety of activities and seeking lively interaction with the local residents. Opening up new encounters, establishing a sense of community that goes beyond geographical limitations, #TRIBE15 becomes a playground for artists across genre where the multi-layered relationship between space and identity will be constantly tested.’

Jim will be presenting a number of canvasses for the exhibition that will be part of the 47-49 Tanner street for the short 3 day period that the show will be running for, so do make sure you get down in time to see his new pieces and get involved in this very exciting exhibition.

See the full details and press release here.

Watch the teaser video here:

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