Substation Project Space and Studios
2 Bilton Square
Limbo is an artist-led organisation based at the former electrical substation off Margate's High Street in Kent.
Limbo was set-up to create a resource supporting cultural development and experimentation in Thanet and beyond; providing affordable artist studios a gallery/project space and a programme of exhibitions, artist residencies, events and off-site projects.
Through its projects Limbo aims to create new points of reference or entry, through which challenging and unfamiliar ideas and methodologies can be experienced and discussed.
Artist studio or collective, Gallery
12-5pm Fri-Sun during exhibition times. See website for further details
LIMBO's Associate Members Show 2015
- 27 March — 19 April 2015 *on now
An exhibition selected from LIMBO's Associate Members by artist Adam Chodzko.
The art works chosen followed coincidental themes of embodiment, dysfunction, geography and time, displacement and mutation, and also, necessarily, the parameters of the space.
The artists selected are:
Dan Bass, Hannah Birkett, Melissa Burn, Justin Carter, Esther Collins, Martyn Cross, Kanad Chakrabarti, Anna Katarzyna Domejko, Dexter Dymoke, Steph Goodger, Sadie Hennessy, Andrew Hladky, Matthew Humphreys, Liam Jolly, James Kelly, Ella Lucas, Katherine Midgley, Katie McGown, Jammie Nicholas, Mildred Rambaud, Niamh Riordan, Aindreas Scholz, Loui Short, David Theobald, Charlie Tweed, Ingrid Ung, Emily Whitebread, Jonathan Wright.
LIMBO is committed to furthering emerging artists practise and this exhibition showcases some of the most exciting work by emerging artists practising today.
Open 27 March -19 April 2015 12-5pm Friday -Sunday and by appointment
LIMBO, 2 Bilton Square, Margate CT9 1EE, Tel: 07999345737
- Any age