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Curated by Olga Hendel, Liz Lowe and Jennifer N. R. Smith

30 October to 15 November 2015| Gallery Open | Thursday to Sunday | 12 to 5pm

Private View
  |  Friday 30 October  |  6 to 8pm

Susannah Bolton, Valentine Emilia Bossert, Michael Bryan, Matthew Clifton, Leo Dodgson, Olga Hendel, Mark Langston, Liz Lowe, Jennifer N. R. Smith, Céline Villaneau, Alex Wakefield, Aimée-Beth Warburton

New artist collective Perhaps? is delighted to announce the upcoming opening of its debut exhibition, Springboard, Perhaps?. Perhaps? is a collective of recent BA Drawing graduates from Camberwell College of Arts, UAL.

'...consider drawing as a medium which has undergone radical transformation throughout the last hundred years, a period when numerous artists subjected traditional ideas about drawing to critical examination and expanded the mediums definition to gesture, context, process and form' - Anne Marie Creamer

The collective views drawing as the foundation of their practice. This commonality of interest can often seem hidden due to the extreme diversity in contemporary drawing. Perhaps? is therefore an active embracing of the unsure; an acceptance of the inbetween, the interdisciplinary, and the unknown elements of how a fine art community might identify itself.

Springboard, Perhaps? will showcase work made since the artists’ degree show, expressing two different attitudes to the in-between place many artists face upon completing a degree. The first is an act of resistance – the reformation of their practice into new and unknown territory. The second is an act of embracing – delving deeper and expanding on the possibilities of previous work.

There is an emphasis on the evolution and the shaping of fresh identities; as a new collective, post-graduate students, or artists working outside of an educational environment. The show will also act as a springboard in preparation for the first residency of Perhaps?, culminating in their second exhibition Drawing, Perhaps?, which will take place at the new Artcore Space, Crows Nest, 3-5 Crowthorne Rd, London from 3 to 7 December 2015.