Artist-led Exhibition

What We Thought We Knew

What We Thought We Knew

8th Jul 23 -> 28th Jul 23

Tue-Fri 2-7/Weekends 12-5


Charles NyihaCharles Nyiha
Chris DugrenierChris Dugrenier
Francesco FellettiFrancesco Felletti
Gabriela SchutzGabriela Schutz
Nina Gonzalez-ParkNina Gonzalez-Park
Rabiya NagiRabiya Nagi
Alberte Thorning Agerskov
Charles NyihaCharles Nyiha
Chris DugrenierChris Dugrenier
Gabriela SchutzGabriela Schutz
Heiyi Tam Heiyi Tam
Indra Moroder Indra Moroder
Katy Sayers Green Katy Sayers Green
Mahija MandalikaMahija Mandalika
Nina Gonzalez-ParkNina Gonzalez-Park
Parks SadlerParks Sadler
Rabiya NagiRabiya Nagi
Sarah-Jane FieldSarah-Jane Field
Sophie Bryer Sophie Bryer
Xinyu LiuXinyu Liu
Yu Shao LoYu Shao Lo

This exhibition marks the inaugural exhibition of An-X, featuring the works of 15 An-X artists. The exhibition questions the foundations of belief and the formation of knowledge systems, examining their impact on both individuals and society. It interrogates the perspectives through which we view the world, raising questions across three themes: Cosmic Gardens mixes symbols of ancient myths and contemporary beliefs; Day For Night challenges our perception of reality and time, examining the process of image-making through documents of the past; and Social Construction digs into social constructs to raise the voices of the marginalised.

The paintings, prints, sculptures, videos, photographs and site-specific installation in this exhibition are presented in the unique context of a decommissioned grade II listed Police Station (The Koppel Project Station), where the cells, fingerprint room and reception areas further enhance the themes. This setting reveals artists reconstructing nature, artists manipulating marks to show facets of identity, artists feeling the darkness of alienation while others search for the light.

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