Camden Peoples Theatre windows
58-60 Hampstead Road
14 August to 13 September
Open daily daily. Visible from the street until dark/11pm theatre show nights.
Opening reception – Tuesday 20th, August 6-7pm (After drinks at the nearby Crown & Anchor pub on Drummond Street from 7pm)
For the final installment of our 2019 summer exhibition series, painter and sculptor Alice Wilson presents new works in ‘Gated Community’ in the windows of the Camden Peoples Theatre.
About Alice Wilson
Wilson works with construction timber, plaster, photography, paint and often improvises with materials to realise ideas. Landscape is used in Wilson’s practice as a medium through which to discuss concerns with experience, access and expectation. For Gated Community, Wilson presents artworks in the form of two regularly occurring motifs within her practice: a boat house and gate.
Alice Wilson (b. 1982, UK) lives and works in London. She graduated with an MA from Wimbledon School of Art, UAL in 2011 and with a BA Fine Art from Loughborough University in 2005. In 2019 Wilson has installed four works at Cheeseburn Sculpture Park for the 2019-20 programme, is exhibiting with domobaal as part of the group exhibition Backyard Sculpture and has installed her largest work to date at Thames Side Studios Gallery for the group exhibition Modern Finance.
Completing a residency in Aarhus, Denmark during May 2018 supported by the British Council’s Artists’ International Development Fund, Wilson returned to Aarhus in October for a significant Solo Exhibition, Goat Moth at Godsbanen. Other recent exhibitions include HarderEdge at the Saatchi Gallery, London, Dec 2018 Painting and Other Bad Habits at Charlotte Fogh Gallery, Aarhus, Nov 2018, a Solo Exhibition with DOLPH projects, London, Sept 2017, and Recreational Grounds, a public intervention in a disused South London car park, April 2018.
About Glass Cloud Gallery
Glass Cloud Gallery is a London based, artist run, window gallery. The initiative connects the public with fine art practices by collaborating with businesses to commission highly visible exhibitions in windows for the passing world to see. Glass Cloud exhibitions offer new, thought provoking moments in the everyday, created by London’s most exciting art graduates, emerging and mid career artists. This 2019 program is kindly supported by Camden Council.