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17 June 2017

Collaborating with Perspex®

Work is well on the way with the installation Circle which is coming together in time for the London Festival of Architecture 2017! As part of our design development we are excited to announce we will be working with Perspex® Brand in using some of their exciting Perspex® acrylic range within the sculpture.  We are looking forward to experimenting with how the Perspex® acrylic will interact with the lighting elements to create our own magical solar system!

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22 May 2017

London Festival of Architecture 2017

More on the upcoming exhibition ‘The Sun and The Moon and Other Memories‘:

Art, architecture, physics and engineering coalesce in a multi-practice exhibition featuring work by an eclectic group of other designers, architects and artists, all inspired by the sun, the moon or other memories. Each practice is currently in the process of producing works for The Sun and The Moon and Other Memories to be distributed over the 2 floors of the Clerkenwell Gallery.

Expect a mixture of installations, 2D and 3D works ranging from examples of professional architectural practice to abstracted forms derived from geographical moon maps. Be immersed in a melting pot of ideas and exploration including themes such as intentional degradation, a nostalgia room and architecture intended to trigger memory flashbacks. Work currently in the making includes cyanotype exposures, multiscreen video installations and topographical forms derived from fluid flow. Open daily from 12pm to 7.30pm. Watch this space for further details of sub-events to be held at the space during the exhibition.

Exhibitors include:

AY Architects

Cook Robotham Architectural Bureau 

Daykin Marshall Studio

Carl Turner Architects

aLL Design 

Studio Octopi 



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09 May 2017

Scene are exhibiting in The London Festival of Architecture!

Scene are excited to announce our involvement in Max Fordham‘s The Sun and The Moon and Other Memories – an exhibition bringing together multiple disciplines as part of the 2017 London Festival of Architecture:

Art, architecture, physics, engineering and design collide in a multi- practice exhibition curated by Max Fordham LLP.

Featuring work by the Max Fordham Research and Innovation Group and a collection of other designers, architects and artists inspired by the sun, the moon and other memories.

Expect a mixture of 2D and 3D works ranging from examples of professional architectural practice to abstracted forms derived from geographical heat maps.

The exhibition will be open daily with talks from the exhibitors on the evening of Friday 30th of June, more information is to follow.

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08 July 2016

Scene Designs

Spring has been a fantastic but frantic period of exhibitions for Scene – exploring the creative process in its different forms, through exhibition, event, workshop and discussion, culminating in an event as part of the Clerkenwell Design Week Fringe 2016.

Following this craziness, we are taking a break from hosting exhibitions for a while, and are concentrating on our work with others in exhibition, event and installation design and curation.

If you are interested in hearing more, please get in touch at: mail@sceneart.co.uk – we look forward to hearing from you!



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15 April 2016

Process to be part of Clerkenwell Design Week!

The final transformation of the Process series – ‘Process‘ to be held at Dreamspace Gallery – is listed as part of the Clerkenwell Design Festival, CDW Fringe, which takes place from 24-26th May 2016!

As part of the exhibition, works which have been produced as part of ‘People in Process‘ and ‘Process in Work‘ will be on display, and an evening of presentations given by the artists will take place on Tuesday 24th May as part of the CDW events.

Artists include: Adam Blencowe; Almudena Romero; Christabel Balfour; Max R+I and Sorsha Galvin.

‘Process’ will be open from 16th – 31st May, Monday – Friday from 9-5pm.



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20 March 2016

People in Process: Cyanotype Workshop

As part of Almudena Romero‘s residency with Scene, and as a further exploration of the cyanotype process, she invited members of the public to create an abstract piece of collaborative work.

The workshop was designed to explore the cyanotype process from a contemporary approach, encouraging participants to bring and use a variety of different objects. Participants were invited to reflect on the texture of the piece and its sculptural qualities as well as the link between their personal individual objects and the final collaborative piece.

The final piece will be exhibited as part of the ‘Process‘ exhibition at the Dreamspace Gallery.


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