Into The Light

Location: St John's Crypt

St John’s Waterloo

Waterloo Road

London SE1 8TY


Exhibition open: Mon 17 May - Sun 6 June


Times: Daily 10am-6pm | Sat and Sun, 12 midday-6pm

Video still ‘Weaving in the Dark’


As part of Waterloo Festival 2021 Morley College students, tutors and alumni come together to present a spectacle of art works in the underground space of The Crypt at St. Johns Church, Waterloo.


Responding to the Festival’s theme of ‘Respair’: the return of hope after a period of despair, each artist has made work that reflects personal and wider cultural responses to the events of the past year. Work on show includes projection, film and photography, animation, light installation and digital media.


The current social ‘Zeitgeist’ would seem to suggest a feeling of optimism for the future. The show’s title ‘Into the Light’ reflects this mood, but also speaks to a period of tentative transition; from a difficult time of uncertainty towards new possibilities. So, come and join us in a dark underground space, illuminated by diverse artwork that suggests a new way forward: ‘Into The Light’.


ARTISTS

Alberto Ajelli

Aria Sen

Bianca Barb Ghenci

Deborah Elizabeth Cuthbertson

Eno Nteyoho

Frankie McAllister

Grace Elizabeth Eleanora Poulsen

Jacob Tellinghusen

Joshua Amartey

Lydia Evans

Mya Danns

Pamela Denise Giannini

Philippe Close

Seiya Alma Caro-Langdon

Steve Mepsted

Susan Vandi

Vicky Robb

Vivianne Valeria Nilarp

MORLEY COLLEGE LONDON


In February 2020, Morley College London merged with Kensington and Chelsea College, which brings its own history; education has been provided at the sites of our centres on Hortensia Road and Wornington Road since the 18th and 19th centuries. We are proud to serve the communities of Waterloo, North Kensington and Chelsea, and to extend our offering to young people aged 16-18. As a dynamic and diverse learning community, Morley College London is committed to realising the positive impact of learning to enable students to achieve their ambitions.We value creativity and are driven by the needs, interests and aspirations of our students, the shared ambitions of our stakeholders and the expertise of our staff.In keeping with our founding principles of inclusion and social justice, Morley advocates lifelong learning as a vital contributor to personal and economic wellbeing. By enabling access to educational and cultural opportunities, Morley College London is a force for public good within the communities that we serve More information at: http://morleycollege.ac.uk/