I'm exhibiting work at what looks to be a very interesting group exhibition held in a semi-derelict mansion across from the V&A in London, on from the 10th to the 18th of January 2015. From the Slate Projects website:
"Demimonde, organised with Matt Mottahedan, is a group exhibition of 31 young artists held in historic Amberwood House. Located opposite the Victoria & Albert Museum, and scheduled for renovation at the end of January, Amberwood House is a unique exhibition setting, with a number of rooms distributed over three floors. Demimonde invites an exploration of the house in its transitional state through a sequence of curated rooms and site-specific installations in a variety of media, from painting and sculpture to video and photography.
The French word for ‘half-world’, in the nineteenth century ‘demi-monde’ referred to a social milieu ambiguously located between high and low culture. Demimonde touches on the in-between status of Amberwood House itself, as well as the tensions and ambiguities between art and commerce, irony and sincerity, digital and analogue, past and future, process and concept, etc. which characterise much of contemporary creation."
List of artists:
Alex Ball, Peter Çan Bellamy, Lewis Betts, Skyler Brickley, Jack Brindley, Ross M Brown, Matthew Cheale, Joel Chima, James Collins, Ben Cove, Tom Farthing, Robin Friend, Aaron Gilbert, Daniel Gordon, Rae Hicks, Michael Iveson, Egle Jauncems, Nick Jensen, Lee Marshall, Rob McKenzie, Nadège Mériau, Ana Milenkovic, Adele Morse, Sean Mullan, Rosa Nussbaum, Christopher Page, Charley Peters, Miroslav Pomichal, Terry Ryu Kim, Tom Savery, Pablo Smidt
More info here