Kensington and Chelsea is celebrating its first photography alumni exhibition. We are extremely proud and greatful for our alumnis participation in this show, and equally of their achievements.
‘I feel it is important that we acknowledge the achievement of these photography in their careers, I consider this is part of their journey as independent professionals.’ Matthew Kolakowski, Curriculum Manager Fine Art and Photography, The Arts
Pareidolia, Apophenia, Patternicity explores the various degrees of different psychological behaviour. Thus we try to make sense of the world via imposing our interpretation of structure or reason onto our sensory perception. Equally this desire to make sense of the world can lead to siliness such as when we see mother Theresa in a croissant or Jesus in the lid of a marmite jar.
Do come along and see more:
Venue: Kensington and Chelsea College, Hortensia Road, London, SW10 0QS
- Thursday May 5th 2016 (6:30pm – 9:30pm)
- Friday May 6th 2016 (10:00am – 5:00pm)
- Monday May 9th to Friday May 12th (10:00am – 5:00pm)
- Monday May 16th to Thursday May 19th (10:00am – 5:00pm)
Date published: 9 May 2016