What I See When I Look At is a project which comes from the desire to see the world in the unique way we used to when we were kids, to question our concepts of what is real and to rediscover a world which we lost along the way.
RE:Imagined is another part of the wider project, with al proceeds from the RE:Imagined shows being donated to Parkinson’s UK charity, in January 2016 the first show took place at GX gallery in Camberwell. It was a great success in raising money and awareness for the charity, and gave great exposure to the artists involved. The artist for the 2016 show were: Lauren Goldie, Hannah Dickins, SequinKay, Sarah Crew, Ryan Prince, Goia Mujalli, Karim Mortada, Bakhtiyar Berkin & Sultan Kinns.
They were all asked to RE:Imagine landmark images and iconic pictures from the project in their own unique form of expression. This ranges from performance art, illustration, sculptures all the way through to fine art photography. Each piece will ask you questions about what you see around you in a way you never expected. A very different immersive and interactive social art event.
I look forward to the next show in 2017 being organised with the help of the very talented artist Kiran Tasneem