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Im just way too excited about this exhibition! What happens when you take a group of young people (The Futurators) from Portsmouth and get them to curate an art show? The answer will be revealed this Saturday, starting at 11am at Portsmouth’s hottest new art space in Room 237 with a film by artist Hannah Blackmore. The film is about our very own Elm Grove which includes interviews with residents and shopkeepers and is sure to let us in on a whole new world.

A special MP3 has been created with instructions that will help you participate on the 24th, leading you from Room 237 to Aspex, listen and download it here. The show is multi-venue and runs from March 24th to 18th April and includes work by Bermingham and Robinson, Sean Edwards and Ben Wilson who is well known for painting on chewing gum left on the pavement.

Are you intrigued yet? I know I am.

 

image taken from Hannah Blackmore’s film about Elm Grove


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