Scene are exhibiting in The London Festival of Architecture!

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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 […]

Scene gets Double Vicious!

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Scene are excited to announce our involvement in the upcoming LIVE Double Vicious album launch #Circle. We will be working alongside Friday Street Music and Plastic Groove to create an immersive event at the brilliant Firestation Arts Centre in Windsor on Saturday 15th July, when the Circle LP is launched live alongside supporting act All Programmes Suspended […]

Scene Designs

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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 […]

Process at the Dreamspace Gallery

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We are looking forward to the final instalment of Process which opens on 16th May at Dreamspace Gallery, Clerkenwell. The exhibition is the culmination of this spring’s series exploring the various creative processes across creative disciplines including design, architecture, sculpture and art, and will bring together the work created by artists and designers over the course of their residencies […]

Process in Work Residency: Sorsha Galvin

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As part of our recent exhibition ‘Process in Work‘, sculptor Sorsha Galvin created a new piece within the gallery space itself over the course of the show. The work is titled ‘Back to Nowhere’ and over the course of the exhibition we followed the journey taken by Sorsha and the many transformations of her piece. The […]