Torremolinos-Tableaux-Tongue-Twister (After Sun) | Sarah Roberts (Gallery 1)
Face Is The Closest | Mark Jackson (Gallery 2)

7th April – 6th May
Opening times: Thurs – Sat 12 – 6pm

28th April | 6 – 8pm
Sarah Roberts and Mark Jackson in conversation with Paul O’Kane

Torremolinos-Tableaux-Tongue-Twister (After Sun) by Sarah Roberts and Face Is The Closest by Mark Jackson are currently showing simultaneously. The two exhibitions explore notions of surface in sculpture and painting and more broadly in terms of our relationship with the digital and material world.


Recent: Lambeth & Southwark Mind Annual Lecture

On 25th February, Block 336 hosted Lambeth and Southwark Mind’s 2nd Annual Lecture. The event marked the launch of the South London Psychosis Therapy Project under the auspices of Lambeth and Southwark MIND. Psychosis Therapy Project founder Dorothée Bonnigal-Katz was the keynote speaker. Members of her clinical team, Barry Watt and Paul Meechan  discussed the specificity and the relevance of psychoanalytic as treatment of psychosis.


The Unspeakable Freedom Device - available to watch in full

The Unspeakable Freedom Device – now film available to watch in full online

The Unspeakable Freedom Device by Jennet Thomas, originally commissioned by the Grundy Art Gallery and exhibited at Block 336 in her solo show Unspeakable Freedom >> Tastes Like Chicken is now available to watch in full online. Please click here to see the film


Spaces at Block 336 are available to hire. Please note however that spaces will not be hired for exhibition purposes. If you are interested, please email with desired dates, a description of the purpose of the hire, how many people would be on site and any other information you feel may be necessary.