Taking place in the Art School’s historic buildings, there’ll be diverse body of work to take in. Expect to see a range of subjects and mediums, from oil on wooden constructs depicting the way we receive information (Lucienne O’Mara) and paintings hung over monoliths (Eleanor Watson), to work that spans paint, print, video and sculpture to address the fragility of memory (Hugo Flores), and interdisciplinary pieces created with drawing devices and wind harps (Geraldine van Heemstra). The exhibition will also feature work from its 2019’s artists in residence, Alastair Gordon, Gray Wielebinski and Taku Obata, pieces from the Artists Woodwork Fellows and Decorate Surfaces Fellows, and an interim show from first year MA Fine Art students. There’ll also be a selection of small paintings in memory of paint lounge founder Wendy Saunders, who passed away earlier this year. City & Guilds of London Art School is a ‘not for profit’ higher education institution providing Contemporary Fine Art and Historic Crafts education at Postgraduate, Undergraduate and Foundation levels.