Un: Place is the first group show in the Cafe space, guest-curated by Beatrice Jarvis.
Six artists have each created a piece of work that responds directly to the landscape of Jerwood Space in Bankside.
This reclaimed area between London Bridge and Waterloo is steeped in fragmented traces of lingering history, where passages of time are lost in hidden corners and marked histories are glimpsed on decaying facades.
Once again though, it is an area of dynamic interaction and cultural interchange, exemplified by these six emerging artists communicating their response to the city landscape.
The pieces in exhibition use the figurations of the Cafe space and respond sensitively to its architectural formations and social pathways.
It aims to inspire visitors to make a more mindful negotiation of place and to create personal geographies as a result of their interaction with the works displayed.
It is designed to re-evaluate the traditional confines of a gallery space and encourage visitors to develop their environmental perceptions in what could be termed a psychogeographical fashion.