Back in June, BSA published the first article on disCONNECT, a project created in London during the lockdown due to Covid-19. A collaboration between Schoeni Projects and HK Walls, disCONNECT involves the take over of a period building by 10 artists from different countries.
Disconnect “reflects on the creative and physical constraints of the current global crisis, exploring psychological and political reactions to the crisis, as well as the role of technology as conduit between the two.”
We’re pleased to bring you our final article on the project with images of the works of all 10 participating artists. For our previous coverage click HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE.
Free Tickets for disCONNECT are now available. 24 July – 24 August, Wednesdays – Sundays. Hourly slots starting from 11am to 5pm, with a maximum of 8 people per slot. Please book below, we can’t wait to share this journey with you!
In need a calming yet
stimulating distraction during these tumultuous times? Artists from Schoeni
Projects and HK Walls have made a free coloring book for you and so much more.
They’re also mounting a
show in a Victorian townhouse in South West London as part of an exhibition created
during our Covid-19 lockdown and we’ll be bringing you exclusive installations
from them. They’re calling it the disCONNECT Wall of Fame and
it will run July 24 – August 24.
And here’s a sweet spot:
You can participate in the exhibition with your own work. Submissions of your
complete own creation on your thoughts and feelings about the pandemic are
welcomed; a quote, a poem, a drawing, a painting.
Adam Neate (UK) Aida Wilde (Iran) Alex Fakso (Italy) Mr.Cenz (UK) David Bray (UK) Herakut (Germany) Icy and Sot (Iran) Isaac Cordal (Spain) Vhils (Portugal) ZOER (Italy)
An unusual approach to most unusual circumstances, this joint London/Hong Kong show will reflect on the creative and physical constraints of the current global crisis, exploring psychological and political reactions to the crisis, as well as the role of technology as conduit between the two. Accessible to online audiences through Matterport software, each work is further activated through an accompanying program of digital initiatives, including downloadable artworks, online videos, virtual tours and an Instagram Live interview series.