Venue: Lumen Studios Gallery, The Crypt, St John on Bethnal Green, E2 9PA.
Dates: Opening Evening 28th March 7-9pm.
Exhibition Continues 29th March - 01 April 2019. 1-6pm.
Space Program Elective
Information Experience Design
Royal College of Art
As a far topology, the moon has represented multiple cultural narratives and mythologies throughout history, bringing together ancient, future, and present times. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the Space Program elective course led by Mále Uribe and Dr Kevin Walker at the Royal College of Art, studied the moon as a temporal, physical and virtual alternative landscape to question architectural and personal space. Students worked with the moon as a test-site, a proving ground to re-think reality by combining terrestrial and extraterrestrial perspectives on design, art and experience. This group exhibition shows the final project of 14 students from Information Experience Design and Visual Communication, focusing on re-programming our interpretations of everyday spatial narratives, in the crypt space of Lumen Studios Gallery.
Izabela Janina Duszenko