Ambika P3 is a 14,000 square foot triple height subterranean space in central London, converted from the vast former concrete construction hall for the University of Westminster’s School of Engineering. Built in the 1960s, its dramatic and impressive scale and its many retained industrial features, offer opportunities for a range of creative activities and provides an inspiring venue for the exhibition of art and architecture. The Ambika P3 programme is dedicated to innovation, experimentation and learning and, supported by the Ambika Paul Foundation, has been conceived as a laboratory and meeting place for practitioners, industry and academia, aimed at both specialist and general public enthusiasm for architecture, design, media, fashion and visual and performing arts.
Gallery, Architecture centre
Imperfect Offering / Probable Lies
- 23 — 28 June 2018 *on now
Imperfect Offering, by the graduating class of the University’s MA Documentary Photography and Photojournalism course is collectively responsive and enthusiastic to embrace the evolving nature of documentary photography and photojournalism practices. Exhibiting 17 photographically informed projects, presented through a variety of mediums from print to installation, the show brings an energetic and sincere insight into each student’s chosen area of research and practice.
Probable Lies showcases the work of graduate students from the University’s critically acclaimed MA Photography Arts course. Thought-provoking, innovative and eclectic, Probable Lies highlights the diversity of contemporary art photography across genres and media – from analogue images to appropriated online content and digital animation. The exhibition features the artwork of 12 students from a wide range of experiential and cultural backgrounds, whose highly individual visual practices have emerged from sustained, rigorous research and experimentation.
Private view: Friday 22nd June, 6.30 – 8.30pm
University of Westminster
35 Marylebone Road
020 7911 5876