21/08/2017
 Deptford X Fringe
Various
Deptford Market Yard

SALT FOUNTAIN

Salt Fountain is an "urban intervention" using sea salt on the platform that gives access to Deptford Station. Circles and outlines of circles are drawn on the pavement and left there until dispersed by human traffic. The salt has purifying and healing properties and is a mineral present everywhere in the world.

Valente is interested in the unpalpable energies that flow from the salt crystals and their capability of cleaning a space or a personal energy and auras. Some will notice, some will not, but all will engage with and have their energies affected by the salt in their path.

The project will be documented through photographs, videos and drone view from above.

Fri 22 Sep
From 6pm until the salt has dispersed

Carriage Way, Deptford Market Yard, London SE8 4BX

ARCH OF DREAMS

Grandson Tristan (Goldsmiths MA alumni) is an artist, promoter and loyal Deptford resident who designed Little Nan's Bar to reminisce his late Little Nan JoJo's front room who passed away aged 103 years old. The bar is built with love.

Matt Sargent is a artist and upholstery expert, he created the Light up arch sculpture piece (Known as the Arch of Dreams) and all the fabric works in the bar.

Mon–Fri 3pm-11pm
Sat 12pm-11pm
Sunday 12pm-10pm

Little Nan's Bar, Arch 13 & 14, 4 Deptford Market Yard, SE8 4BX

ART IN THE FOREST

Art in the Forest is initiated by artist Blandine Bardeau. The project is an opportunity for her artworks to be placed in a different setting from the “white wall” habitat, a return to their forest roots. The artworks manifest themselves as natural shapes mixed with man-made objects. 

Opens Fri 22 Sep
Mon–Sat 10am-6pm 
Sun 11am-6pm
Special Event: Thu 28 Sep 6pm-8pm

Forest, Arch 133, Deptford Market Yard, SE8 4NS

EC(STASIS)

A collaborative exhibition by The MAKE GOOD collective exploring the sacramental, the sensual and the domestic. Questioning the relationship between the liturgical and the improvised. Drawing from images of washing up, food preparation and wastage, in an exploration of the weight and symbolism of the mundane and the domestic.

Curated by: Sarah White. Artists: Sarah White, Donna Matthews, Zannah Cooper, James David William Clarke, Alastair John Gordon, James Watts

Wed–Sat 11am-10pm
Sun 11.am - 6pm
Opening Event: Thu 21 Sep 6pm-9pm

Archie's, Arch 12, 4 Deptford Market Yard, SE8 4BX

All events are free and wheelchair accessible

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