We have another fabulous exhibition at our Platform space at Habitat King’s Road and will showcase a new summer show featuring designs from the graduating class of Chelsea College of Arts.
There is a wonderful variety of pattern, clashing colours and soft neutrals on display.
Curated by George Blacklock, Dean of Chelsea College of Arts, the exhibit will showcase final year designs from over 20 young London creatives across fields of textile design, interior & spatial design and graphic design communication.
“This show presents the highest achieving BA graduates in our Design subjects. These are the graduates who will make a difference in what I consider to be the most vital area of our futures – our capacity to generate wealth and to safeguard our social well-being,” comments Blacklock. “Design is vital to our culture because it represents our creative thinking applied to an issue or problem that needs solving. When we solve a problem well, it is because we have designed our way out of it.”
“Most bureaucratic bodies often grossly misunderstand this, be they government or our state institutions. A designed solution requires swiftness of thinking, innovative (often called left-field) thinking and the ability to understand how to apply it, in other words the ability to think differently,” continues Blacklock. “What you will see in this exhibition then are examples of different thinking made real into objects, materials or images. This is an outstanding skill – to manifest innovative thinking into material form. It’s what we teach and inculcate into our students at Chelsea, and it’s what we present to you in this new exhibition.”
You’ve got plenty of time, with the exhibition running at Platform from Friday 4 July – Saturday 26 July 2014 and entry is free.
Private View: 3 July, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Wednesday 10am – 8pm
Thursday – Friday 10am – 6.30pm
Saturday 9.30am -6.30pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm