Unspeakable Freedom >> Tastes Like Chicken

Jennet Thomas

Private view: 23.9.16 | 6 – 10 pm

Exhibition: 24.9.16 – 21.10.16  

Opening hours: Thurs – Sat or by apt.


Coming soon: Tastes Like Chicken >> Unspeakable Freedom by Jennet Thomas

The forthcoming exhibition Unspeakable Freedom >> Tastes Like Chicken by London based artist Jennet Thomas will include her major film work: The Unspeakable Freedom Device, originally commissioned by Grundy Art Gallery. The work will be presented as as a full scale installation. Set in a fantastic, primitive-future world where the difference between technology and magic has become incomprehensible, the film explores the image of Margaret Thatcher as being an after-burn on the collective memory of British culture.The work explores belief systems, ideas of truth, power, pleasure and how cultural memories are re-made and distorted according to the needs of each era. This piece was originally commissioned by Grundy Gallery. Music by Leo Chadburn. Please see here for the trailer

Recent exhibition: Polarised by Laura Buckley & Kim Coleman

Polarised was developed during a seven week residency by Laura Buckley and Kim Coleman and was held in the main exhibition space. In the collaborative exhibition the artists presented lenses that alternately allowed or blocked views into an installation, simultaneously reflecting and refracting projected moving image in a space, incorporating sculpture, lighting and sound.

Venue Hire

Located in Brixton, South London Block 336 hosts one of the largest, non-institutional and architecturally unique spaces in London. Please note we are not a rental gallery and for this reason we do not hire the space out for art exhibition purposes.