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Raised Beds: Interrogating the Domestic Exhibition

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An exhibition by Fine Art Students from Nottingham College
The exhibition Raised Beds: Interrogating the Domestic accompanies the current exhibition at the Djanogly Gallery of works by the 20th century painter, Harold Gilman, known for his portrayals of English domestic life.

Selection of raised beds

In response to the Harold Gilman exhibition, each student has created an individual square floor work intended to provide the viewer with a 'bird's-eye view into the complexities and curiosities of home life both past and present.' The works range from the direct domestic narrative to abstract reflections and appear in a variety of mediums, such as textiles, photography, paints, and sculpture. The works serve as both stand-alone objects and a wider collective narrative when viewed together.

Architectural models

Chair designs

Accompanying the exhibition by the fine arts students is an installation of architectural models and chair designs by students studying 3-D Design/Architecture.

The exhibition is next to the Djanolgy Gallery in Lakeside Arts Centre, University of Nottingham. Admission is free.

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Why? An inventive exhibition by local art students
When: Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-5pm; Sunday 12noon-4pm; Closed Mondays
Phone: 0115 846 7777
Where: Lakeside Arts, University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD
Cost: Free
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