Exhibitions coming soon to the Metroland Studios Gallery.
Soft Tissue: Feeling-through precarious times – Squishy Collective
You are invited to get tactile with Squishy Collective’s latest show. Expect clay, sculpture, film and more. 25th Nov – 10th Dec 2023.
I am sure, Circumsure – Arsalan Isa
A personal show about the titillating world of male circumcision. With 80s love songs, velcro, Frank Ocean and DIY kits. 4th – 19th November 2023.
Send to Print: A Dispatch from the OOMK Archive
Come to an ever-evolving exhibition of the OOMK Zine archive. 14th-29th October 2023.
Amanda Camenisch and Therese Westin
Come and play with these large sound sculptures, share your good intentions for Kilburn and enjoy the healing soundscape. 29th Sept – 8th Oct 2023.
Allegorhythms – Bill Daggs
Artist Bill Daggs will take over Metroland Studios Gallery and create a space for listening, rest, and meditation. 8th – 24th September 2023
Sometimes, I Live in a Shell – Yasmin Nicholas
A mixed media exhibition exploring the complexities of Black womanhood.
Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons’ Trust x Ed Webb-Ingall
‘Growing Up B[r]ent’ is a radio play by artist and filmmaker Ed Webb-Ingall produced in close collaboration with Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons’ Trust, as part of a series of four community-led commissions.
‘Disya Dancehall’ is an installation by artist Linett Kamala at 2c Maygrove Road in Kilburn, that considers the place and the uses of Jamaican dancehall culture in creating and facilitating opportunities for enjoyment and celebration.
The ‘Proposal for a House Museum of an Unknown Crying Man’, Khaled’s installation at Metroland Studios in Kilburn, begins with a video tour of the house as it was installed at the villa of ARK Kültür cultural space in Istanbul, before giving way to the bedroom of the ‘Unknown Crying Man’.
AWRC x Amanda Camenisch and Therese Westin
Metroland Cultures presents Making The Room Sing, a commission by artists Amanda Camenisch and Therese Westin developed in collaboration with a group of women from the Asian Women’s Resource Centre (AWRC) based in Harlesden, Brent.