Pop Life

Pop Life 

Sullivan reference Pop ideals such as the simulacrum, desymbolisation of an object,
She traces images of flowers from Gardener’s World Magazine onto walls, floors, ceilings;
one on top of the other addorning the walls of the B&B with exotick folage, creating a visual mantra.

POP Life (timed intervention)
Niamh Sullivan
Carbon Paper 

Cloud Castle Lake

Cloud Castle Lake

Located in empty buildings along Folkstone’s historic Tontine Street, Club Shepway brings together a collection of artists films.
 
Each screened in a separate space the works become segments of an expanded narrative, uniting the empty shop units with flickers of celluloid. Seducing the viewer with a journey down a street, an empty shop window, and the intimacy of an open door letting you walk in.
 
Film works range form the documentary view of Amy Fenecks eco structures, to the dislodged everyday of Alex Le Feuvre’s “Grace”

The visual encounters combine to dislodge the ordinary and reveal the unseen, opening a walk down the street into an expansive visual journey

 
© Amy Feneck

Lido
Amy Feneck
8mm Film still

The Four Winds Cafe

10th March – 2nd April
At the B & B Project Space
14 Tontine Street Folkestone

 
With impending demolition the Four Winds Cafe is re-appropriated and celebrated in the work of local artists.
 
Symbolic of the archetypal sea side cafe, the british weather, the formica and the continual flow of local customers, the current exhibition seeks to document the four winds aesthetic and historical significance within the local arena.
 
The Four winds has been central to many throughout their experience and memory of the seafront gaining iconic status, and igniting a nostalgia for the great myth of the British summer.

Ideal Home Improvement Exposé

Ideal Home Improvement Exposé

This first show at the B&B Project Space will open the gateway for interaction with the vibrant heritage of the Shepway area. Visitors will have the opportunity to view an array of local artefacts. These objects have been reassembled to satisfy the needs of modern society, by resident skilled craftsmen Joseph Burthe and Matt Rowe.