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Transient Matters: Arranging Re-arranging (part of Open House 2015)

Saturday, September 19, 2015 to Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Private View: 
Saturday, September 19, 2015 - 13:00
Opening Hours: 
19th September - 11am - 4pm (meet the artist and architects at 1pm)
Bow Arts 183 Bow Road Bow London E3 2SJ

Bhajan Hunjan - Transient Matters & Arranging Re-arranging at Bow Arts Trust by Develendahl Martin Architects. Guest practices make:good and Julia Vogl

Artist Bhajan Hunjan, in collaboration with Delvendahl Martin Architects, is creating Transient Matters, an ephemeral intervention in the courtyard of Bow Arts as part of London Open House. Alongside is Arranging Re-arranging, an exhibition of new work created by Bhajan during her Arts Council England funded project. Bhajan’s exploration of new materials and techniques will provide an insight into exciting new possibilities for incorporating art into architecture and the built environment. Also on display will be a selection of visuals from make:good and Julia Vogl, showcasing their public art and public realm works with Bow Arts.

Transient Matters is the first in a series of interventions in the courtyard at Bow Arts, a flexible event space that forms part of a development designed by Delvendahl Martin Architects at 183 Bow Road. The project, completed in 2014, consolidates the chartiy’s activites at the heart of its Bow Road studio complex. Funded by Arts Council England and Bow Arts Trust, the project forms part of a wider development strategy for the organisation’s premises, reclaiming underused spaces for public and artistic use and helps to articulate the relationship between the three existing brick buildings on the site, all housing artists’ studio spaces: a nineteenth century ex-Nunnery wing, an industrial building of the same period and a mid-twentieth century warehouse.

Click here to book a place to meet the artist and architects at 1pm

Transient Matters runs until Friday 25th September 2015 by appointment -

Arranging Re-arranging is exhibited until 17th October 2015 by appointment -