Visual arts

Date: Thu 26 June - Sun 13 July

Time: 13:00

Venue: Bermondsey Project

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Private view: Thurs 26 June, 6 - 9pm 

Open Wednesday - Sunday, 1 - 6pm

Saturday 12 July: evening of events with artists Fiona James and Heidi Smith


Dizziness of freedom is a group exhibition exploring the notion of choice in a contemporary society defined by consumerism, an excess of information and endless possibilities. Bringing philosopher Søren Kierkegaard’s Concept of anxiety to present times, the artists approach choice as an act of freedom as well as an ever-present strain.

Through installation, sculpture, film, performance, painting and photography, the works hint at moments of decision-making – both in artistic processes and daily life – often infused with feelings of aspiration, self-consciousness and playfulness.

Artists include Stefania Batoeva, David Bradley, Josephine Callaghan, Tom Duggan, Louise Fitzgerald, Jane Fradgley, George Harding, Tom Jayston, Nnena Kalu, Nu Li, Andrzej Lyszkowicz, MoreUtopia!, Sue Morgan, Mary Ogunleye, Tess Springall, Liam Tickner, Charlie Godet Thomas.

The Visual Arts programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. 

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Anxiety is the dizziness of freedom
Søren Aabye Kierkegaard