How do we enrich our lives and sustain a positive, healthy mindset?
This is the question at the heart of London-based art collective Baesianz’s curation of the 2022 Bow Open, as they investigate the tools, rituals and routines that provide us with joy, growth and grounding.
The show will run from Friday 13 May – Sunday 7 August at the Nunnery Gallery. The exhibition is free to attend and doesn’t require pre-booking.
In ME 2 U: A collective manifesto, Baesianz have called upon Bow Arts artists to share their methods of survival, in an ode to the ceremony of togetherness and the resourcefulness found not just within oneself, but in community too.
As the only show in the Nunnery Gallery’s annual programme that presents work exclusively from Bow Arts’ pool of over 400 artists, the Bow Open is a great opportunity to discover more about the practices and talent that lies within our studios. Through the ME 2 U manifesto, this year’s edition will be a collection of works, threaded together with stories of “blossoming, preservation, knowledge, nurture, tradition, and healing”.
In Baesianz’s own words:
“Since time began, humans have developed an abundance of rituals and routines that provide joy, growth and grounding; ways to survive. Whether shared generationally, passed around in community, or discovered along the way on individual paths — it’s the sharing of these rituals which enable us as a species to find moments of ease and joy during our time on this planet.
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