4A6937F0-474C-4DB0-9CC8-A3680DF9A96F JESSE_01 JESSE_02 IMG_2930-cropped head This week LOST FOREVER will be taking over Gallery 223 in Waterloo, with an incredible display of visual and performing arts that responds directly to the space. The exhibit is a culmination of ideas and artists who found common ground within the walls of Gallery 223. The intention is to create an immersive and engaging experience using the space itself to enable this. A world of: artworks chanced upon in dark nooks; installations, visuals and sounds that are seemingly part of the fabric of the building; physical happenings that work in real-time, seemingly colourful, fun illustrations layered with social commentary. All the works are unified by their un-said and often hidden dark, gritty, all-consuming messages. LOST FOREVER will be the first time this group of artists have shown together, held at London’s best-kept secret, the impressive and intriguing Gallery223, London. Working in partnership with curator Alex Wood, the space itself answered the calling of the exhibition organisers Damien Gallagher and Sejal Parekh who were specifically seeking out a space that was the antithesis of the traditional white-walled art gallery and would inspire them and the other artists to respond in their varying formats. On Saturday 18th July, from 8pm-12am there will also be a live event featuring music, spoken word, dance and poetry. There are a few tickets to LOST FOREVER ‘LIVE’ available here Artists and performers include, Damien Gallagher, Aimee Willsher, Sejal Parekh, Jesse Richards, Phil Wilson, David Wood, Olivia Edginton and Moi Tran.

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