Arusha – A Strange Kind of Knowing: Curated by Olivia Penrose Punnett

7 December - 14 December, 2021
Aimée Parrott, White Lip, 2020 Foil, wire, strawflowers, wire, pipe cleaner, ink, glass and ply, 35 x 25 cm, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Arusha Gallery

Arusha Gallery and Haarlem Gallery are pleased to announce A Strange Kind of Knowing, a touring exhibition of new commissions and recent work exploring the land, seasonal cycles, natural phenomena, intuition and nuance. Artists Verity Birt, Holly Bynoe, Kristina Chan, Fourthland, Susan Hiller, Katja Hock, Coral Kindred-Boothby, Penny McCarthy, Kate McMillan, Aimée Parrott, Chantal Powell, Tai Shani and Eleanor May Watson present works on paper, paintings, sculpture, video and installations that draw on alternative, marginalised and embodied ideas of knowledge intrinsically connected to the natural world.

Emerging from the forced extended ‘winter’ of the global pandemic, and taking place in the winter season, A Strange Kind of Knowing investigates phenomena such as the weather, the sea and sea caves, cloud formations and fire; lost knowledge and civilisations; and the natural and psychological cycles of transformation.

46 Great Titchfield Street, London

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