Trellis: Cool Art Exhibition Shows Interplay Between Crisis, Opportunity; Plus Baby Swans Next Door

UCL supported free art shows thought provoking installations in part “to explore, through a process of intense collaboration and co-creation, how we can use our respective skills as researchers and artists to meet challenges faced by disadvantaged people in this pandemic era.”

It is located a 7 minute walk north of Mile End tube in London.

Photo of artist brother_Sjur (Instagram) in front of “the bubble world” – he told CarrZee it was supposed to be a calm space inspired by an Iranian refugee’s depiction of a butterfly exiting its cocoon and the need for refugees to learn employable skills such as coding. Ucl.ac.uk/trellis

Trellis 2021-22

Ten-day free exhibition and event programme from 29 April to 8 May 2022. The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park, E3 4QY 

Trellis is an exhibition of collaborative commissions grown from UCL research. 

The festival is part of the work of UCL East Cultural and Community Engagement to create opportunities for collaboration between artists, researchers and communities based around the future UCL East campus.

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